Ending Economic Inequality – New Pathways to Shared Prosperity

Economic justice means everyone, no matter what they look like or where they come from, has the tools to provide security and opportunity for themselves and their families and contribute to the economic health of their communities.”
— Garrett Martin, President and CEO, Maine Center for Economic Policy

Following decades of progress launched by the New Deal, the U.S. now faces extreme levels of economic inequality that mirror what FDR and Frances Perkins addressed with bold policies such as Social Security, unemployment compensation, and labor law reform.

WHAT’S THE DEAL NOW?


PROGRAM SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES
Bringing values espoused by Frances Perkins to the forefront of contemporary debates.
Focusing on problem solving by leaders working on issues of social justice and economic security
for all Americans. 

MILESTONE: $2,500
Sarah Peskin & William Kelley

CHAMPION: $1,000
Ann Beaudry & Craig McEwen
Susan & John Kirk

HOST: $500

SUPPORTING SPONSORS: $250
David & Barbara Wright

Registrants will receive an access link prior to the event.

MILESTONE SPONSORS
Sarah Peskin & William Kelley

CHAMPION SPONSORS

Ann Beaudry & Craig McEwen

Susan & John Kirk

SUPPORTING SPONSORS
David & Barbara Wright

Shining a light on Frances Perkins' legacyFinally getting her due