Progressive Policy Priorities
The coalition held a three day conference, called "Defending the Family: Strategies for Economic Justice and Hope". In this forum, the participants set a progressive agenda for the future.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Stephanie Arellano President U.S. Student Association
- Willie Baker Vice President United Food and Commercial Workers Intl.Union->International Union
- Willie Barrow Director National Rainbow Coalition
- Ellen Bravo Officer National Association of Working Women
- Martha Burk Co-Founder Center for Advancement of Public Policy
- Robert Chase Vice President National Education Association
- Richard Cloward Professor Columbia University
- Lori Greene Spokeswoman Planned Parenthood Federation of America
- Jesse Jackson Founder National Rainbow Coalition
- Laura Murphy Lee Director American Civil Liberties Union->Washington, DC
- Roberto Maestas President Centro De La Raza
- Hilda Mason Member District of Columbia->City Council
- Tony Mazzocchi Member Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers Union
- Denise O'Brien President National Family Farm Coalition
- Ron Richardson President Hotel and Motel Association of D.C.
- Martin Sanchez Executive Director National Lawyers Guild
- Bernard "Bernie" Sanders U.S. Representative [I] Vermont
- Kiristi Shastri Representative Student Coal. for Action in Literacy Ed.
- Harold T. Smith President National Bar Association
- Nkechi Taifa Chair National Conference of Black Lawyers
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