On Thursday, November 30, 2017, we hosted a webinar to explore effective policymaking strategies that replace false narratives with real family voices and experiences. Speakers highlighted recommendations from a new paper, Becoming Visible: Welfare, Race, and Political Voice in Jackson, Mississippi, which details the experiences of families in affordable housing in the context of social policies that affect their financial security and economic mobility.
- Aisha Nyandoro, CEO, Springboard to Opportunities (Ascend Fellow)
- Aleta Sprague, Program Fellow, Family-Centered Social Policy, New America
- Rachel Black, Co-Director, Family-Centered Social Policy, New America
- Marissa Mahoney, Senior Program Associate, Ascend
If you missed the webinar, please check out our recording.