Date: Thursday, March 10
Time: 10 AM – 2 PM PST
Location: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
950 S Grand Avenue
Los Angeles CA, 90015
Click the link to RSVP for free: http://bit.ly/1S1A7fz
Join us on March 10th, for a free event hosted by Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco! We will be sharing the official release of the new “Color of Wealth in Los Angeles” special report, a joint publication of Duke University, The New School, UCLA, and the Insight Center for Community Economic Development, and presented by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
The Color of Wealth in Los Angeles report utilizes new data from the National Asset Scorecard and Communities of Color (NASCC) Survey to better understand the economic well-being of people of color in several cities in the United States. The findings in this report reveal major disparities in wealth accumulation across certain racial and ethnic groups and features estimates for U.S. born blacks, blacks who are recent immigrants from Africa, Mexicans, other Latinos, Asian Indians, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Come hear high-level findings from the authors of the report, as well as reflections from local leaders and opportunities for building wealth among communities of color in Los Angeles. Printed copies of the report will also be made available at the event.
William “Sandy” Darity @SandyDarity
Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity, Duke University
Melany De La Cruz-Viesca @UCLAAASCPress
Asian American Studies Center, UCLA
Darrick Hamilton @DarrickHamilton
Economics and Urban Policy, The New School
Lisa Hasegawa @lisacapacd
National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development
Andrea Luqeutta @CalReinvest
California Reinvestment Coalition
Anne Price @racialwealthgap
Maggie Cervantes @NewEco4Women
New Economics for Women
Rick Kim @KYCCLA
Koreatown Youth & Community Center
Antionette Dozier @Western_Center
Western Center for Law and Poverty
There is no cost to attend this event, but registration is required by March 3rd. A government issued ID is required for entrance into the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.