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AEA Dialogue on Race and Class in America

  • Mon, January 30, 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • 805 21st Street NW; George Washington University, Washington, DC

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Co Sponsors: American Evaluation Association, The Trachtenberg School at GWU, and Washington Evaluators


Dialogues on Race and Class in America

Join the American Evaluation Association (AEA) for a complimentary open dialogue to reflect and promote positive actions on the deeply rooted, and structurally intertwined issues behind the headlines that propel racial, ethnic, and class disparities in our society. This three-part series will bring evaluators, policy analysts, and applied researchers together to discern ways to proactively engage entrenched issues as the nation goes from one headline making incident to the next.

Our community plays a critical part in promoting positive action on any social issue of concern. Our work is expected to bring the power of systematic inquiry to promote understanding and positive movement on social issues. Through purposefully learning about ourselves and the society to which we contribute, we hope to create plans of action capable of positively impacting areas of national concern.

Monday, January 30, 2017
6:00 – 7:30 p.m. 
George Washington University
School of Media and Public Affairs, Jack Morton Auditorium
805 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20052

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This event is free and open to the public.

Moderated by: 
Melvin Hall, Northern Arizona University Professor, Former Member AEA Board of Directors

Panelist: 
Kristen Harper, Senior Policy Specialist, Child Trends
Nick Hart, President, Washington Evaluators
Kien Lee, Principal Associate/Vice President, Community Science
Guadalupe Pacheco, President/CEO, Pacheco Consulting Group, LLC
Debra Rog, Vice President, Westat, Former AEA President
Veronica Thomas, Howard University Professor

We urge our members and colleagues to come together and ask the important questions, raise our collective understanding, and commit to contributing to racial and social class healing. Visit the AEA website to register and learn more about this event and upcoming dialogues.


View the event flier here.


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