2:30 PM / 3:30 PM PST
The skills gap has often been referenced as a driving force in racial income and wealth gaps. However, we know that training and education by themselves, won’t come anywhere close to closing these gaps. In this session, we will interrogate the drivers of these racial disparities, explore areas of investment that have the power to fundamentally change how workers of color are valued, and challenge us to center equity as we imagine the future of work and workers.
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Chief Executive Officer
The Workers Lab
Partner, Future of Work
United for Respect
Program Officer, Family Economic Security
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Working Washington/Fair Work Center