The Social Policy Institute and Center for Household Financial Stability at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis will host a moderated discussion to better understand the likely impacts COVID-19 on the racial, gender and generational wealth gaps, and some possible responses to those gaps.
Erika Wright, vice president of global philanthropy at JP Morgan Chase, will moderate a panel discussion with national financial wealth experts. The dynamic conversation will focus on wealth outcomes across race, gender and generations. Additionally, the Social Policy Institute and Center for Household Financial Stability will debut new, original data related to the impact of COVID-19 and household financial security.
Join the conversation to learn about large disparities in family wealth, and how policymakers and others can help restore and build family wealth, resilience, and upward economic mobility.
Attendees have an option to stay for a 30-minute deep dive with researchers from SPI and the Center for Household Financial Stability.
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