Cocktails and Conversations: Uneven Path Research Release

Wednesday, January 08 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM [EST]

2nd Floor, 82 Smith Street, Providence, RI, 02903, United States

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Wednesday, January 08 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM [EST]

State House Library, 2nd Floor, Providence, RI, 02903, United States.

An Uneven Path: State Investments in Women’s Economic Self-Sufficiency 2019
 

An Uneven Path: State Investments in Women’s Economic Self-Sufficiency 2019


WFRI and the Economic Progress Institute are using state budget documents, Rhode Island's current Standard of Need report, US Census Bureau, public work and block grant data and data from other publicly available resources to complete a refresh and update our 2010 report of the same name. Of particular interest are data on child care assistance, cash assistance, government-funded health insurance, and child support enforcement. Join us for a discussion on the findings of this updated research.

Nellie Gorbea, the first Hispanic woman elected to statewide office in New England, will deliver the introductory remarks. Panelists include
  • Rachel Flum, Executive Director of the Economic Progress Institute
  • Hilary Levy Friedman, President of RI NOW
  • Lisa Hildebrand, Executive Director of the Rhode Island Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Kelly Nevins, Executive Director Women's Fund of Rhode Island, moderator

Please also help us in celebrating the premiere of our banners commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. These banners will be on display at the event and in the statehouse through February of 2020.

This work is made possible in part through funding and support from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities. The Council seeds, supports, and strengthens public history, cultural heritage, civic education and community engagement by and for all Rhode Islanders.
Food generously donated by Flatbread Company.
Drinks sponsored by Drink Uprising

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Women's Fund of Rhode Island

https://wfri.org

For women and girls in Rhode Island, the playing field isn’t level yet, but it could be with your help. The purpose of the Women’s Fund of Rhode Island is to invest in women and girls through research, advocacy, grantmaking, and strategic partnerships designed to advance gender equity through systemic change. As a leader of social change, we are committed to advocating for and convening voices to promote gender equity and influence.

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