UPitt Hosts “Race in America: Restructuring Inequality Conference”—June 3-6, Pittsburgh

From the Black Political Empowerment Project (http://www.b-pep.net/):


The University of Pittsburgh’s School of Social Work and its Center on Race and Social Problems will host this solution-focused national conference. Seven key areas will be explored during “Race in America”:  economics, education, criminal justice, race relations, health, mental health, and families, youth, and the elderly. There will be several evening events that are free to the public, as well as twenty sessions for registered conference participants. For more information or to register online, check out http://www.race.pitt.edu/.

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