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Challenging the Two Americas

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Friday, 21 April 2006 12:44
Heather Boushey was a featured participant in the UNC Center on Poverty, Work, and Opportunity Conference in Chapel Hill, NC. The conference, Challenging the Two Americas: New Policies to Fight Poverty, was attended by over 200 researchers and provided serious discussion on the state of poverty in America. Heather spoke on a panel, Creating Opportunities to Work, with Arne Kalleberg, professor for the UNC Department of Sociology, and Harry Holzer, professor of public policy and associate dean at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute. You can read an interesting review of the conference here.

Heather also participated in the unveiling of a new book: Inequality Matters: The Growing Economic Divide in America and Its Poisonous Consequences, for which she co-wrote a chapter with Christian Weller; "What the Numbers Mean." The book has been getting good reviews, such as this one in the Boston Globe.
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