“Fighting for housing and racial equity post-COVID-19: Expanding fair housing choice and building a framework for racial wealth equality”
Virtual Conference Series:
April 13, 20, and 27, 2020
10:30 am – 12:00 pm PST
Free – Registration is still required
April 27: 10:30am – 12:00pm
Insight Center for Community Economic Development
The COVID-19 Crisis is illuminating the inequitable rules, policies and structures of our economy. The Pandemic is quickly shedding light on how persistent racial wealth and income inequality leads to further economic marginalization of families of color and women in times of national emergency. Working towards structural change and centering the needs and plight of women and people of color is more important now than ever. We are now called to not only expose historical truths that continue to inflict harm but to also shine a light on systems of wealth extraction and barriers to accumulating assets as they are being built anew post COVID-19 pandemic. Anne will share why we must concentrate on undoing the root causes of racial wealth inequality by focusing on anti-Black racism, residential segregation and extractive corporate practices.
Anne E. Price is the first woman President of the Insight Center for Community Economic Development. She previously served as Director of the Closing the Racial Wealth Gap Initiative at Insight from 2011 to 2016. Anne is an experienced researcher, advocate and trainer. She has spent 25 years in the public sector working on a wide range of issues including child welfare, hunger, welfare reform, workforce development, community development and higher education. Prior to joining the Insight Center, Anne served as Project Director for California Tomorrow’s Community College Access and Equity Initiative. Anne also spent several years at Seattle’s Human Services Department where she served as the Community Development Block Grant Administrator and Strategic Advisor to the Director.
Anne holds a B.A. in Economics from Hampton University and earned her M.A. in Management and Policy Analysis from the New School’s Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy in New York City.