Forum for the Future’s Sandra Seru and ITAC’s Kinda Younes
Post-inauguration, the world is reeling from the repercussions of a president that has voiced major changes in how the U.S. will respond to immigrant populations, environmental issues and global manufacturing.
At our February edition of Rock, Paper, Scissors, The Trump Effect: Immigration, Apparel Manufacturing and the Environment, we brought together respected experts to closely examine the potential consequences on not just the apparel industry, but human rights and our right to have a voice on a global scale.
Listen in to the conversation with:
Moderator Adam Friedman, Executive Director of the Pratt Center for Community Development
Kinda Younes, Executive Director, ITAC
Sandra Seru, Director, Forum for the Future
Deirdre Shannon, Deputy National Organizing Director, FWD.us
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