September 20, 2012 in Event
Rising inequality all across our nation is a result of intentional economic policy changes that have been implemented in the past 40 years. This workshop will explore state and federal policies that contribute to the growing wealth divide in America; with a focus will be on the color of wealth and the disparate impact these policies have had on communities of color.
Corrine Fowler is the Director of the Campaign for Economic Justice. Corrine is a seventh generation native of Colorado and has studied and experienced the economic transformations that Colorado has undergone in recent decades and this has steered her commitment to economic justice. Corrine is dedicated to minimizing inequality and supporting public policies that will lessen the disparities for low-income populations and people of color. She has focused on social issues throughout her academic and professional career and is passionate about the need to educate and empower communities in order for them to advocate for policy changes that reflect the needs of all peoples. She has a background in public policy, nonprofit management, development, coalition building, and development. Corrine lives in Denver with her two wonderful boys and a crazy Goldendoodle, who provide her with continuing motivation to ensure that policies in Colorado are supporting all residents in the twenty-first century.
Thursday 9/20, 5:30-6:45pm
The Deer Pile, above City O’ City (13th and Sherman)