Today on Your Call: The Dream vs. The Gap

Jan 17, 2012

The On Today's Your Call,  we’ll have a conversation about the economic realities of white, black and brown Americans. According to the Pew Research Survey, two out of three Americans now perceive strong social conflicts over the income gap — up sharply from two years ago. Do the changing realities of our economy mean that class divides are becoming more critical than race or nationality? Join us at 10 or email It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and you.


Clarence Jones, scholar in residence and visiting professor at Stanford University's Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute.  He worked on a draft of Martin Luther King’s speech, 'I Have a Dream.'

Ethel Long-Scott, executive director of The Women's Economic Agenda Project,  a non-profit organization committed to attaining economic human rights for all people.

Nwamaka Agbo, a young activist and Soul of the City Campaign Director at the Ella Baker Center.

Web Resources:

The King Institute at Stanford University

Joe Garofoli, SF Chronicle: Black pastors urge followers to join Occupy fold

NPR: Dream' Speech Writer Jones Reflects On King Jr.

Occupy Wall Street Website