Equity Talks: When Minimum Wage Doesn’t Meet the Minimum

Is upward mobility an illusion? Equal opportunity can feel like a sham when the wealth gap is so wide, and the rich only get richer. George Packer, staff writer at The Atlantic, knows that systemic inequalities – especially in education – can prevent the average American from getting ahead. Join us to hear from Packer as he explores the case for better public institutions, better public schools, and better living wages as the key to fixing the inequality gap.

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