Working Families Forum In Atlanta
(April 10, 2014)
Paulette Norvel Lewis, special assistant, Women's Bureau, introduces the keynote speaker during the Atlanta Working Families Forum.
Jodie Levin-Epstein, deputy director for the Center for Law and Social Policy, delivers the keynote address.
Natalie Keiser, interim executive director, The Center for Working Families; Taifa Smith Butler, deputy director, Georgia Budget and Policy Institute; Charmaine Davis, chapter director, 9to5 Atlanta; The Rev. Harriett Bradley, personal caregiver; and Cynthia Roman-Hernandez, managing director of family services participate in the forum's panel discussion.
A audience member suggests that pay equality is a "moral issue and not just a financial issue."
Nan Orrock, state senator for Georgia's 36th District, delivers a legislative update.