Congressional Briefing: Re-Framing the Generational Divide: Baby Boomers vs. Young Latinos

What the Briefing Will Cover:

Two rapidly developing demographic changes will define the United States over the next quarter century: aging Baby Boomers and a growing population of young Latinos.  Are they on an economic collision course, or can they establish a new social contract that strengthens American society and its economic security?

This is the trillion dollar question as experts from the UCLA-USC Latinos and Economic Security Project assess the economic consequences for the nation, demonstrate the need to re-frame this debate, and seek a solution-oriented approach to the greatest inter-generational and inter-ethnic challenge of this century.

July 7, 2011 –  11a.m.-12:30p.m.
Capitol Visitors Center
Congressional Meeting Room South
The Capitol, Washington, D.C.

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