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Pell Restoration and Economic Justice
September 2, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am EDT


formally invites you to a virtual panel discussion with Q&A:

“Pell Restoration and Economic Justice”

Wednesday, September 2nd

12:00 to 1:30 PM EDT

Streaming Online

Please RSVP here*

Please join formerly incarcerated advocates, think tank members and the Chamber of Commerce in a panel on Pell Restoration as a strategy to address structural inequities in education, employment and the economy. In a COVID and post COVID world Pell is more urgent than ever and join us to find out why!

Opening Remarks

Chairman Bobby Scott, House Committee on Education & Labor           


Allison Dembeck, Executive Director of Congressional and Public Affairs, Chamber of Commerce

D’Antonette Burns , Scholar, public policy researcher, and advocate on Indiana bills that impact incarcerated women.

Satra Taylor, Higher Education Policy Analyst, The Education Trust and first-generation graduate

Tiffany Jones, Senior Director of Higher Education, The Education Trust and former leader at the Southern Education Foundation


Ivelisse Gilestra, Community Organizer at College & Community Fellowship and Second Chance Pell recipient.


*After you RSVP you will receive an email with instructions for viewing within a few days of the event.


September 2, 2020
8:00 am - 9:30 am