The incoming Biden-Harris Administration will face a multitude of urgent crises at home: a health crisis, a recession with devastating consequences for workers, an urgent call for racial justice, a climate crisis and a crisis of the country's democratic institutions and processes. However, each crisis also presents an opportunity for reforms that have been long overdue. What progressive domestic policy initiatives should the new administration address first and where could they have the biggest impact?
We will be joined by
Founder, Budzinski & Partners LLC
William E. Spriggs
Chief Economist, AFL-CIO
Executive Director, Congressional Progressive Caucus Center
Director, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Washington, DC | Moderator
Join us and our guests from the progressive policy spectrum as we reflect on the economic and social challenges that the new administration will face.
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