Watch: A New Social Contract for Black and Latinx Women

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On Wednesday, September 19 at 6:30pm at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, National Economic and Social RIghts Initiative and Black Women’s Blueprint collaborated for an event exploring what a New Social Contract means for Black and Latinx women.

The speakers were Cathy Albisa, NESRI; Farah Tanis, Black Women’s Blueprint; Akiba Solomon, Colorlines; Jacqueline Ebanks, NYC Commission on Gender Equity; and Genesis Aquino, activist and 51st Assembly District Leader candidate. The event opened with remarks by Kadiatou Tubman of The Schomburg Center.

Watch the video of this conversation with some of our leading voices discussing what a New Social Contract grounded in universal but equitable systems, deep democracy driven by community control, and human rights values means for Black and Latinx women.