The Forum on Justice & Opportunity connects volunteers, social change activists, and human service experts around solutions to the biggest challenges facing the region.
This year’s Forum addresses perspectives on poverty, power, and oppression. Register here and see the breakdown of activities happening during and around the Forum on Justice & Opportunity.
The City of Philadelphia has really seen a considerable economic growth, expanding upward and outward. And yet the breathtaking skyline and booming commerce belie a population that remains the most impoverished of the nation’s largest cities. While national trends indicate a declining poverty rate on the whole, Philadelphia’s poverty rate holds at 25.7 percent–an alarming one out of every four Philadelphians.
This year features Derald Wing Sue, PhD in a keynote about microaggressions and confronting our own biases and preconceptions in daily interactions. Morning breakout sessions will provide interactive engagement with anti-racist and anti-poverty practice.
Saturday, October 20, 2018
8:30am to 4:00pm
150 N 6th St., Philadelphia, PA 19106
Get more information about the forum here.