A guaranteed income program provides recurring cash payments, with no strings attached, to a targeted group of people. Experts on guaranteed income programs and policy provide an overview covering what is guaranteed income, how are programs implemented, and whether guaranteed income programs are reducing the racial wealth gap and increasing equity.
- Peggy Bailey – Vice President for Housing and Income Security, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
- Tiffaney Bradley – Public Engagement Director, Mayors for a Guaranteed Income
- Aisha Nyandoro, PhD (Virtual) – Chief Executive Officer, Springboard To Opportunities; Founder, The Magnolia Mother’s Trust
- Alicia Plerhoples – Professor of Law, Anne Fleming Research Professor, and Associate Dean for Clinics and Experiential Learning, Georgetown University Law Center
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