CUNY, Cutbacks, and Threats to Social Mobility

December 14, 2020 01:08:08
CUNY, Cutbacks, and Threats to Social Mobility
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CUNY, Cutbacks, and Threats to Social Mobility
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Show Notes

We talk with Urban Studies professor Natalie Vena and pre-dentistry student Tiara Miller about CUNY’s social justice mission, what it has made possible in their own lives, chronic underfunding, and the future of this powerful institution of social mobility. Host Jason Tougaw.

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