The Opportunity Forum
is an interdisciplinary collaboration of University of Texas faculty working to foster the expansion of equitable opportunities for low-income Texans. Through applied research, educational forums, and experiential learning opportunities, the Forum engages the University and community leaders in developing inclusive strategies to improve low-income Texans' access to economic opportunities and to foster stronger and more equitable communities.
Registration open for "Locked Out! Criminal History as a Barrier to Housing Access," on Friday, October 28th 12-2 p.m. in the Francis Auditorium at the UT School of Law. Register to attend here.
The first installment of the Opportunity Forum 2016-2017 lunch series, Hot Topics in Access to Opportunity, kicks off this month with a panel discussion on Race, Democracy, and the 2016 Election, co-hosted with the Center for the Study of Race & Democracy at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs.
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Garrett Groves, "Uniting Our Divided City: Racial and Ethnic Divides in Education," February 18 2016.
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