Salon in the Suburbs: Income Inequality with Georgia Katsoulomitis

May 18, 2015 0

Salon in the Suburbs brings together Jews and social activists of all ages with important policy makers, attorneys, and academics for casual conversations to explore the cutting edge issues facing our society and state today.

May Salon: Income Inequality in MA

What trends are we seeing that pose a serious threat to working families?
How does the rate of inequality in MA compare to other US states? What policies can we implement to effectively turn the tide here in MA?

Georgia Katsoulomitis Executive Director, MLRI

Join us for a fascinating perspective on income inequality as we hear Georgia Katsoulomitis, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute speak about some of the biggest challenges she sees today. Her experience includes working in the areas of: structural and intergenerational poverty; community based cross-sector antipoverty initiatives; racial- and gender- based income inequality; and child poverty.
Join us for an evening of inviting intellectual conversation from an expert in the field and meet other folks interested in addressing income inequality.

7 – 7:30: Networking, Schmooze, and Drinks
7:30 – 8:30: Discussion with Georgia Katsoulomitis
8:30 – 9: Networking and goodbyes!

RSVP is requested, not required.
Cash bar, light refreshments.

For questions, email Erica at ericar.jalsa@gmail.com

Event Location: Mick Morgan’s
118 Needham Street, Newton, MA, 02464

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Monday, May 18, 2015, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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