How can we improve race, gender, class, and thnic measurements for social justice policy in Latinx Communities? What are the implications for the 2020 Census? How can leveraging the conceptual use of intersectionality or attention to the simultaneity of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, disability, etc. as systems of inequality in data collection and analysis advance policy? Federal, state and local municipal governments tend to lump all Hispanic/Latinx into one category missing an opportunity to examine the diversity of experiences and social outcomes within this community.
Annual Hispanic Heritage Month & Indigenous Day Speaker sponsored by T. Rowe Price, The Matrix Center, Office of Inclusion & Diversity, and The Kraemer Family Library. Part of the Advancing Ethics Series
Monday, October 14 at 5:30pm
This is a past event.
Kraemer Family Library / El Pomar Center, 2nd Floor Apse
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80918