Social Exclusion: The Marginalization of African Americans in Health Care, Housing and Employment

Saturday, February 18, 2012

This conference examined the relationship between socio-economics, race and classism and how they contribute to the ongoing social exclusion of African Americans and impact their ability to secure appropriate and affordable housing, to leverage resources for urban planning, to gain access to vital physical and mental healthcare services and to maintain suitable, stable employment. Click the thumbnail to view photos of the event.