The U.S. is at the beginning of an unprecedented demographic shift that will see the population over 65 years of age double from current levels by 2020. At the same time, minorities are on the rise—by 2030, we will be a majority-minority nation.
These trends create both challenges and opportunities for individuals as well as for national aging policy. What steps should we take to help people achieve health and financial security in retirement? How can we align our individual and collective priorities to help people adapt to a vastly changing world? What are the implications for communities?
A. Barry Rand, CEO of AARP, the nation’s largest organization representing the needs and interests of people 50-plus, offers insights and ideas for policymakers and the public.
Thursday, March 21
6 p.m. cocktail reception / 7 p.m. program
UCLA Tom Bradley International Hall
417 Charles E. Young Drive West
Los Angeles, California 90095
On-site parking available for $11
This event is free and open to the public. Reservations required.