We have all seen or experienced the financial toll the COVID-19 pandemic has had on families. As the pandemic continues, what will be the long-term impact on family economic well-being? National experts will share their reflections and predictions, discussing housing, hunger, unemployment, child care, paid family leave, and more. They will also examine how racial discrimination has impacted the economic well-being of families of color. And they will also talk about federal, state, and local policies that could help.
Dr. Alex Camardelle, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
Josh Protas, MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
Albert Wat, Alliance for Early Success
Jaimie Worker, Economic Policy Institute
Claire Zippel, Center for Budget and Policy Priorities