Latinos are the largest minority group in the United States.
By 2020, the 65-year-plus population will double from present levels.
By 2030, the U.S. will be a majority-minority nation.
How will these social, economic, racial and cultural transformations change the civic fabric?
Southern California’s diversity serves as an epicenter for investigating U.S. demographic trends and identifying solutions, answers, and recommendations for minimizing tensions and maximizing opportunities as our population ages and diversifies.
All events take place at UCLA DeNeve Commons
10 A.M.: Enhancing Economic Security for the Latino Community
Round Table Discussion
Noon: Keynote Address: “Demographic Forces Reshaping the U.S.”
Leobardo Estrada, Professor of Urban Planning, UCLA Luskin
2 P.M.: New Directions in Aging Policy During a Period of Demographic Change
Panel Discussion: Dowell Myers, Fred Lynch, Gary Small and Kathleen McGarry
5 P.M.: Student Poster Session and Reception
7 P.M.: Luskin Lecture: “Ensuring a Secure Retirement for All Americans”
A. Barry Rand, CEO, AARP
This symposium is made possible by a grant from the Archstone Foundation.