Maya Wiley, Founder and President of CSI, appeared on a panel convened by City Limits and the Institute for Children, Povery and Homelessness (ICPH) on January 30th at El Museo Del Barrio.Read full post >
Today, CSI Founder and President Maya Wiley joined the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, Voices of Women of Color and the Connecticut Commission on Health Equity for the town hall program: Transforming Hartford: The Call to Action Continues. The program focused on closing health and economic inequities in Hartford and eliminating the achievement gap among its students.
Maya shared her thoughts on meeting the challenges in Hartford, CT and the nation and how to create fair and lasting opportunity for all communities, including communities of color.Read full post >
This past Sunday, August 19th, CSI President Maya Wiley appeared on Up with Chris Hayes on MSNBC to talk about voter ID, stimulus, and poverty.Read full post >
CSI co-founder and President Maya Wiley was featured in Uptown Magazine yesterday. Click here to read the article. Some excerpts: HOW YOU BROKE IN TO THE BUSINESS: As a long-time [...]Read full post >
(originally published in The Washington Post on 10/20/2011) What Obama could learn from Clinton and Johnson on racial inequities By Maya Wiley I remember when Sen. Barack Obama confronted race [...]Read full post >
A message from CSI founder and Executive Director Maya Wiley: In one year, CSI will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary. In honor of this special occasion, we are launching [...]Read full post >
Can we talk about race in upcoming policy debates? With the right communications strategies we can. The Center for Social Inclusion, a national policy strategy organization, has worked with Westen [...]Read full post >