DC 2021: Continuing Crises, Prospects for Change
On February 3, a group of local DC activists and thinkers gathered to reflect on a tumultuous 2020 and looked forward into a New Year in the District. The panel was part of a series of events as part of KI’s Race and Economic Empowerment Project.
A panel featuring Makia Greene of Black Lives Matter DC and DC Working Families Party, Parisa Norouzi of Empower DC, Ed Lazere, the founding director of the DC Fiscal Policy Institute, and Maurice Jackson, Professor of History at Georgetown University was moderated by KI Associate Director James Benton.
You can view the full event on our facebook page, linked below.