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Update [02/20/2021]: Maya Wiley is a candidate for New York City mayor.
Maya Wiley is the founder and president of the Center for Social Inclusion, a national policy strategy organization focused on addressing issues of racial inequity. This nationally recognized expert can speak on a wide range of topics including , the , , , and the j . She has frequently been a featured guest and panelist on various MSNBC political commentary programs like , i, and The Cycle.
Wiley has authored many articles in various publications like theand . She is a licensed civil rights attorney and policy advocate, and has litigated, lobbied the U.S. Congress and developed programs to transform structural racism in the U.S. and in South Africa. She has worked for the American Civil Liberties Union National Legal Department, in the Poverty and Justice Program of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and in the Civil Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.
Prior to founding the Center for Social Inclusion, Wiley was a senior advisor on race and poverty to the Director of U.S. Programs of the Open Society Institute and helped develop and implement the Open Society Foundation, South Africa’s Criminal Justice Initiative.
Founder, President of the Center for Social Inclusion
Areas of Expertise: Race, Racial Justice, Racial Equity, Public Policy
Location: New York, NY
Last Updated August 27, 2020
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