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A North Carolina Summit: Progress and Economic Justice in a Time of Crisis - Video

By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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The UNC Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity convened a summit in Chapel Hill on March 28, 2011 to explore the dramatic challenges faced by low income North Carolinians and the crucial steps that must be taken to address them. Over 300 people from all walks of life - students, nonprofit workers, academics, policymakers, citizens, faith-based groups, activists and more - joined us for this important discussion.  Speakers included: Rev. Dr. William Barber, President, NC NAACP (Keynote address) Andrea Bazan, President, Triangle Community Foundation (unable to attend due to illness) Anita Brown-Graham, Director, Institute for Emerging Issues, NC State Angela Bryant, Rep. District 7, NC House of Representatives Yolanda Burwell, Fellow, NC Rural Economic Development Center, Inc. Patrick Conway, Professor of Economics, UNC William A. 'Sandy' Darity, Professor of African-American Studies and Economics, Duke Pablo Escobar, Treasurer of the Board of Directors, El Pueblo Inc. Chris Fitzsimon, Executive Director, NC Policy Watch Irene Godinez, Legislative Director, Latin American Coalition William C. "Bill" Friday, President Emeritus, UNC Ferrel Guillory, Director, UNC Program on Public Life Bob Hall, Executive Director, Democracy North Carolina Jarvis Hall, Professor of Political Science, Director of Institute for Civic Engagement and Social Change, NC Central George Hausen, Executive Director, Legal Aid of North Carolina James H. Johnson, Jr., Director, Urban Investment Strategies Center, Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, Kenan Distinguished Professor, Kenan- Flagler Business School, UNC Michael D. Jones, Fellow, Edmund J. Safra Center, Harvard Melinda Lawrence, Executive Director, NC Justice Center Brian McDonald, Teacher, C. E. Jordan High School MaryBe McMillan, Secretary-Treasurer, NC State AFL-CIO Gene Nichol, Director, Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity, UNC Bill Rowe, General Counsel, NC Justice Center Kenneth Schorr, Executive Director, Legal Services of Southern Piedmont Alexandra Forter Sirota, Director, NC Budget and Tax Center Timothy Tyson, Adjunct Professor of American Studies, UNC; Senior Research Scholar, Center for Documentary Studies, Duke; author of Blood Done Sign My Name Leslie J. Winner, Executive Director, Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation