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Wednesday Metro Talks: Election Debrief, Implications for an Inclusive Bay Area

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Monday, November 16, 2020

In the aftermath of one of the most divisive and consequential elections in memory, join the Metro Talks Equity Series Wednesday, Nov. 18, at noon as expert panelists cut through the noise to examine the propositions, looking closely at the future implications for advancing an inclusive Bay Area.

Panelists:

  • Darnell Grisby, Executive Director at TransForm
  • Judith Bell, Chief Impact Officer at the San Francisco Foundation
  • Alvaro Sanchez, Environmental Equity Director at the Greenlining Institute
  • Rebecca Long, Manager of Government Relations MTC-ABAG (Moderator)

Register on EventBrite. Public access via MTC YouTube and Facebook pages.

The Metro Talks Equity Series considers how we go about rebuilding a better Bay Area in the wake of the COVID-19 health and economic crisis, lifting up equity as the core value that illuminates our shared goals as we consider how best to restore our region.

The forums bring together prominent leaders and experts to discuss significant issues like housing, community development, climate change, the economy, technology and transportation.

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