What do demographic trends tell us about what diversity in the U.S. population will look like in 2030? What do the data signal about the systems and structures we’ll need to ensure a representative, multiracial and multiethnic democracy 30 years from now? Join this important conversation to hear from demographic experts and movement leaders about the implications of demographic population trends for civic participation — including recently released 2020 Census data — as well as efforts to build power ahead of the next election, census, and redistricting cycles to create a democracy that works for all in the decades ahead.
View our list of speakers:
- Erica Teasley Linnick, Vice President, State Infrastructure Fund (moderator)
- Mark Hugo Lopez, Director, Race and Ethnicity Research, Pew Research Center
- Carlos Duarte, Chief Development Officer, Mi Familia Vota
- Francesca Menes, Deputy Organizing Director, Local Progress Impact Lab
- Karuna Ramachandran, Redistricting Director, ProGeorgia
- Frances Valdez, Executive Director, Houston in Action
Target Audience: Funders, philanthropy-serving organizations, field partners
As with all FCCP events, the subject matter is strictly limited to non-partisan discussion as outlined in the agenda.