Future of Work in Cities

  • 4:00-6:00 pm
  • Wasserstein Hall, 2036 Milstein East A and B, Harvard Law School, 1585 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA

In our already unequal society, automation is changing the nature of work, compensation, & income distribution. Join us for an in-depth overview of how the future of work will impact Black and Latinx workers in cities. We will discuss how local leaders can utilize the African American Mayors Association Future of Work research recommendations as a tool to cultivate workforce development opportunities in their cities.

This is the final stop on a three-city tour. Learn more about this series of events at AAMATour2019.eventbrite.com. This event will be livestreamed.

Co-conveners: Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School — African American Mayors Association — Google — NALEO

This event is free and open to the public. RSVP:


Read the Future of Work report, released this summer:

Zoelene Hill, Patrick Mason, Stephanie Mash Sykes & David J. Harris, The Future of Work: The Effect of Job Automation on African-American and Latino Workers in Three Cities (Aug. 2019).