I am driven to train advocates to develop new policies for social change
Our communities face urgent problems of racial and ethnic economic inequality. They have to do with the criminal justice system, with earnings, with home ownership, and more.
Samuel Myers gives activists tools to shape real solutions to these deeply connected problems.
Defining the underlying problem
“What’s missing is the clear articulation of the relationship between the solution and the underlying problem.” Samuel Myers, Professor Click to tweet
Shaping real solutions
We need specific tools, Myers says—to forecast costs and consequences, to monitor and evaluate results, and to weigh criteria and recommend sound policy.