The Color of Wealth in Los Angeles details major disparities in wealth accumulation across racial and ethnic groups in Los Angeles and features, for the first time, detailed wealth breakdowns 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. The report’s analysis utilizes new data from the National Asset Scorecard and Communities of Color (NASCC)Survey.
Media representatives are invited to join us on March 10th for 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.
EVENT: The Color of Wealth in Los Angeles 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
GENERAL ADMISSION IS CURRENTLY AT CAPACITY.
MEDIA RSVP REQUIRED FOR SECURITY CLEARANCE:
Press are required to register by close of business on March 8th to guarantee security clearance. A government issued ID is required for entrance into the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Click here to RSVP. FEATURED SPEAKERS
William “Sandy” Darity@SandyDarity
Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity, Duke University