Saa’un P. Bell, Associate Director Campaign, Policy, Narrative Strategy, Power California, and John Affeldt, Managing Attorney, Public Advocates Inc., will discuss how centering community voices through deep partnerships with grassroots organizers in low-income communities and engaging in multi-pronged, long-term strategic advocacy has created more equity and long-lasting social change in public education in California.
Please note our masking request: There are members of our community who are particularly vulnerable to COVID. We do not want to put these members of our community at risk. Therefore, the CAP team will continue to wear masks at our events going forward, and we make a heartfelt request that you also continue to wear a mask. We will have meals for you to take away with you after the talk.
Takeaway food provided. Please RSVP at the Event Website link below to help us with food ordering.
This event is open to all members of the Harvard community.
Co-sponsored by: Advocates for Education, Child & Youth Advocates, La Alianza, American Constitution Society, Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Women’s Law Association, and the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative/Education Law Clinic, The Bell Collective