In the past four decades, the United States has undergone significant demographic changes. Immigration patterns have altered its racial composition, medical advances have aged its population, and economic forces have driven Americans to educate themselves at unprecedented levels. Transformations of this magnitude will shape this century’s social and political landscape and test many of America’s institutions.
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center, in partnership with the Center for American Progress and the Brookings Institution, for a series of presentations and discussions on the third-year results of the States of Change project. This project’s results include the composition of different groups’ underrepresentation or overrepresentation in the electorate, projections through 2060, and ways in which political actors must confront demographic reality.
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Panel I: Representation Gaps and Challenges to Democracy, 1980–2060 Presentation
William H. Frey, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Ruy Teixeira, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Rob Griffin, Senior Policy Analyst, Center for American Progress
Matt A. Barreto, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Latino Decisions
Emily Ekins, Research Fellow, Cato Institute
Robert E. Lang, Executive Director, The Lincy Institute
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Light food and beverages will be provided.