Reparations: What would that look like? Exploring a justice strategy and policy framework
CSG East Council on Communities of Color (CCC) Movement Summit Series
CSG East’s Council on Communities of Color presents the latest installment of its ongoing micro-summit series, now called “The Movement Summit” series. This new discussion will focus on “Reparations: What would that look like? Exploring a justice strategy and policy framework.”
Movement Summits are being produced all year in partnership with the B|E Note. The summits are a unique convening of state and local policymakers, experts, and thinkers in search of equitable governing solutions. This panel will take place via Zoom on Friday, June 18, 10 – 11am ET.
The program on “Reparations” unpacks the most recent conversations around the movement to provide broad financial and institutional restitution for Black communities in America. Experts and policymakers will discuss the concept of reparations as workable policy, the costs of such a program, and what implementation would look like if it were to become a reality. The panelists will also discuss what role the movement for reparations plays in the overall push for equity.
REGISTER TODAY and join us for this timely discussion. Panelists will offer expert insights, guidance, and strategy.
Registrants will receive a Zoom access link upon registration. Audience members will be able to ask questions by chat, and will be encouraged to discuss and share the panel on social media at #MovementSummit.
This program is organized by CSG East’s Council on Communities of Color in partnership with the B|E Note.