A Seat at the Table: Centering Workers to Build a More Inclusive and Equitable Economy, Oct. 5 in NYC
Join us at the Historic Riverside Church in New York City on October 5th for cocktails and a light dinner at ICCR's annual event. Enlightened business leaders and investors increasingly recognize the need to center worker voices to redress the racial, gender, and financial power imbalances at the heart of our economy. We will hear from a panel of thought leaders about how worker-centric structures prioritizing health and safety, paid sick leave, fair wages, and freedom of association can unleash employees' full potential to the benefit of their organizations, their communities, and society.
The event will be moderated by Talmon Joseph Smith, Economics Reporter for The New York Times, and our panelists will include Brad Lander, New York City Comptroller, Jaz Brisack, Organizing Director of Workers United Upstate New York, Alphonso Mayfield, President of SEIU Florida Public Services Union, and Tanya Wallace-Gobern, Executive Director of the National Black Worker Center Project.