For the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities’ annual state policy conference, IMPACT 2017: Building Power, Advancing Equity, Senior Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher delivered a presentation for: “Taking an Intersectional Lens to Our Work: Gender, Race, and Economic Security.”
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