Social Security at 75: The Legacy and Vision

This forum was sponsored by the National Academy of Social Insurance with collaboration from the Insight Center for Community Economic Development, Closing the Racial Wealth Gap Initiative ~ Presentations Now Available ~

This forum was sponsored by the National Academy of Social Insurance
in collaboration with the Insight Center for Community Economic Development,  Closing the Racial Wealth Gap Initiative

Event Chair: Lisa Mensah, Executive Director, Initiative on Financial Security, The Aspen Intitute

Social Security helped pave a humane path out of the Great Depression in 1935 as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s broad agenda that lifted the poor and fostered the growth of a strong middle class. In today’s Great Recession, pundits question whether we can still afford Social Security’s promise to empower the vulnerable and sustain a vibrant middle class for tomorrow’s working families. This forum explored lessons from history that shed light on the future.

When
June 22nd, 2010 9:00 AM   through   4:30 PM
Location
National Press Club
529 14th Street, NW
Ballroom
Washington, DC 20045
United States
Topics
Topics Social Security, Disability, Workforce Issues and Employee Benefits, Poverty and Income Assistance
Contact
Contact Name Benjamin Veghte
Contact Email bveghte@nasi.org

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