Racial inequality permeates every major aspect of American life. Numerous studies have documented significant racial disparities in access to and quality of education, health care, housing, employment, technology and capital needed to pursue entrepreneurship and start a small business. These issues have long plagued the U.S., but the current wave of protests over police brutality and racial injustice have brought them to the forefront in a way that is making it harder for Americans to ignore.
Join POLITICO Live for a series of town hall conversations where we go deep into what continues to fuel these inequalities. The first town hall, The A, B, C’s of Education Inequalities, is convening education leaders, scholars, activists and public officials to discuss the policies and measures needed to overcome disparities that persist in how the country educates Black and minority students.
POLITICO video journalist Eugene Daniels and California Education reporter Mackenzie Mays will co-moderate the conversation featuring: