State Policy Fellow Esi Hutchful will present to the Elk Grove United Methodist Church on how discriminatory government policies have led to racial wealth disparities and historically hindered African Americans’ efforts to build wealth.
For the California Health Care Foundation’s Medi-Cal briefing, Director of Research Scott Graves will provide an overview of Medi-Cal, including the people it serves, the services it provides, and the financing of the program.
This webinar will look at the significant unmet need for subsidized child care and development programs in our state. Experts on California’s subsidized child care system will discuss the importance of child care assistance for our state’s children and families and how Governor Newsom’s budget plans to invest in these vital programs. Following the presentation, there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
Senior Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher and State Policy Fellow Esi Hutchful will discuss the social and economic context in which Governor Newsom is crafting the 2019-20 state budget, with an specific focus on San Joaquin County, and provide an overview of the investments in the 2019-20 state budget proposal that impact children and families.
This webinar is designed to help advocates and other Californians to better understand how the budget and policy bill processes are related and how to work within them to advance public policy changes.
Hosted by Northern California Grantmakers, this event will feature a panel of experts, including Budget Center Executive Director Chris Hoene, discussing Governor Gavin Newsom’s first budget and what it means for families and communities across California.
Hosted by The Arc and United Cerebral Palsy California Collaboration, the 2019 Developmental Disabilities Public Policy Conference is the leading annual event for self-advocates, families, providers, and anyone who wants to build a better today and tomorrow for people with developmental disabilities. Director of Research Scott Graves will provide an overview of the 2019-20 state budget proposal.
Please join us at the premier conference for those working to improve the lives of low- and middle-income Californians. This event will feature timely sessions on: tax and budget policy, poverty and inequality, health, education, housing, gender and race equity, federal budget outlook, early childhood education, criminal justice, and other issues.