AF-Indianapolis Dinner and Dialogue: Rethinking Poverty and Welfare
September 30, 2021 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
BRU Burger Bar
12901 Old Meridian Street , Carmel,
On July 15, the parents of about 60 million American children began receiving monthly direct deposits or checks of up to $300 under the American Rescue Plan passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden.
The American Rescue Plan and American Families Act touch on so many friction points in ongoing debates over economic policy—poverty, welfare, basic income, COVID-19, federal stimulus funds, government debt and deficits, to name a few.
To further improve lives and strengthen families, we must significantly change the way we understand, measure, and respond to poverty.
Join AF-Indianapolis as we host Max Gulker, Reason Foundation Senior Fellow, to discuss how Americans should rethink poverty and welfare.
Tickets are $15 and cover admittance, dinner, and your first drink. This event is free for AF Members. Questions about AF membership or this event? Email [email protected]