Sponsored by NYU's Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, NYU's Silver School of Social Work, NYU Wagner and the NYU Wagner Women’s Caucus student group

Our nation is experiencing an extreme economic downturn in the context of a changed political landscape in Washington. This panel presentation by leading scholars and activists addresses how gender and race must be taken into account in economic and social policies related to economic recovery and the persistent problem of poverty.

Introduction by Suzanne E. England, Ph.D., Dean, Silver School of Social Work, NYU

With:
- Mimi Abramovitz, DSW, Bertha Capen Reynolds Professor, Hunter College School of Social Work, CUNY
- C. Nicole Mason, Ph.D., Executive Director, Women of Color Policy Network, Research Center for Leadership in Action, NYU Wagner
- Community Voices Heard Representative TBA

Moderated by Erica Gabrielle Foldy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Public and Nonprofit Management, NYU Wagner