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IMAGINE MORE: Eliminating the Racial Wealth Gap and Ending Poverty
The Eagleton Institute is pleased to co-sponsor IMAGINE MORE: Racial Justice Begins with Us. This series brings together one of the largest and most diverse lineups of New Jersey organizations and voices from across the ideological spectrum to develop an action plan for racial justice and reparations. Participants include national thought leaders, philanthropic and community-based organizations, policy advocates, jurists, and local activists who have been directly impacted by injustice.
Through a series of 6 virtual events IMAGINE MORE will work to educate the public on reparations and how remedying racial injustice will create a more stable and prosperous future for all of New Jersey. At each event the speakers will offer strategies for advancing racial justice and repairing the harmful impacts of systemic racism. The events will connect residents with change-making organizations so that they can take action in their own communities. Following each event, participants will receive resources and information to guide them into action for racial justice and reparations.
“Eliminating the Racial Wealth Gap and Ending Poverty” is the first installment in the IMAGINE MORE: Racial Justice Begins with Us virtual series. This session will explore the roots of the racial wealth gap and outline reparative strategies to ensure that every New Jerseyan can prosper.
Event sponsors include:
ACLU New Jersey
CAIR New Jersey
Center for Nonprofits
Council of New Jersey Grantmakers
Fair Share Housing Center
Faith in New Jersey
The Fund for New Jersey
The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
New Jersey Institute for Social Justice
Princeton Area Community Foundation
Rutgers University Eagleton Institute of Politics
Rutgers University Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice
Rutgers University The Inclusion Project
Salvation and Social Justice
Schumann Fund for New Jersey
Wind of the Spirit
Events are free and open to all, with closed captioning and Spanish and Arabic interpretation available. Pre-registration is required.