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The Financial Lives of Young Adults: Exploring Disparities by Race and Ethnicity
Despite being the most diverse group in the nation’s history, today’s young adults are often viewed as a monolithic group. A detailed look at their financial health tells a different story, however. Join us for this webinar to explore key findings from the recently released report “Race, Ethnicity, and the Financial Lives of Young Adults” and discuss solutions that dismantle systemic barriers to financial health and improve financial health for all.

Key Findings:

- On average, Black and Latinx young adults have less liquid savings than their White and Asian American peers.
- Black and Latinx young adults are more likely than White and Asian American young adults to say they have unmanageable and high-cost debt.
- The enduring racial wealth gap has denied Black and Latinx young adults the ability to build wealth through generational transfers from their family.
- There is a confidence gap between Latinx young adults and their Black, White, and Asian American peers about their long-term financial goals and insurance coverage.

Featured Speakers:

- Karla Henriquez, Senior Associate, Financial Health Network
- Jonathan Lykes, Director of Programs and Partnerships, Black Youth Project/GenForward Survey
- A.T. McWilliams, Chief Operating Officer, Edquity
- Vladimir E. Medenica, Research Consultant, GenForward Survey

Dec 1, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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