Tuesday, March 3, 2020,
SSWAC / 104 Parker-Reed Room

Tuesday, March 3rd | 7:00 pm | Parker-Reed, SSWAC

The wealth gap between the haves and the have-nots is at an all-time high, and the disparity is even larger among marginalized sects of the population. In line with The Goldfarb Center’s theme this year, Professor Kesler will examine the influence of various policies in the growing and shrinking of the wealth gap in the United States. In addition to the overarching issue of wealth inequality, this talk will zero in on wealth discrepancies based on race and gender.
Students interested in participating in this year’s Freedom of Expression Symposium are strongly urged to attend this talk, as it will provide necessary discourse pertaining to the topic of the symposium; Racial Wealth Inequality.
We hope you can engage with us in a policy-stimulating discourse on tackling the issue of the widening wealth gap in the United States!

Refreshments will be provided!

Public event