COVID’s Effects in Employment and Housing

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COVID has changed everything. A year and a half into the pandemic and we are still learning just what that really means. From supply chain issues to labor shortages to vaccine mandates and remote work, employment in America is being transformed. Our living spaces have become workplaces, schools, restaurants, and quarantine zones, and that is for those fortunate enough to have them. For those without employment or housing, finding either has become more difficult than ever. This workshop will focus on the ways that the virus has changed employment and housing in the context of discrimination.


  • Ken An, EEOC
  • Lena T. Melendez, HUD
  • Robert Zamlowski, CHRO
  • Randi Pincus, CT Dept. of Housing

Materials for the workshop will be available here during the conference