TOMORROW: How to Fix the Supply Chain with Senator Tammy Baldwin
March 9, 2022 Groundwork Collaborative
Tomorrow, March 10 starting at 2 p.m. ET, Groundwork Collaborative, American Economic Liberties Project, and The American Prospect will host a virtual event entitled, “Supply Chain Fragility: How To Rebuild A Resilient System.” The event, which is free and open to the public, will include a keynote conversation between American Prospect Executive Editor David Dayen and Senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin.
WHAT: Policymakers, independent business owners, and economic experts will discuss how policy choices we made over the last 50 years have left us with a brittle and broken supply chain that has allowed workers, families, and small businesses to fall through the cracks.
WHERE: Click HERE to RSVP.
WHO: Speakers include:
- Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Member, U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation
- Charmaine Chua, Assistant Professor, University of California – Santa Barbara
- David Dayen, Executive Director, The American Prospect
- Matt Jinoo Buck, Senior Fellow, American Economic Liberties Project
- Mike Beckham, CEO, Simple Modern
- Rakeen Mabud, Chief Economist, Groundwork Collaborative
- Sarah Miller, Executive Director & Founder, American Economic Liberties Project
- Todd Spencer, President, Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association
WHEN: Tomorrow, Thursday, March 10 from 2 – 3:30 p.m. ET
The Groundwork Collaborative’s mission is to advance an economic vision for strong, broadly shared prosperity and true opportunity for all. Visit our website and follow us on Twitter @Groundwork.
American Economic Liberties Project
The American Economic Liberties Project works to ensure America’s system of commerce is structured to advance, rather than undermine, economic liberty, fair commerce, and a secure, inclusive democracy. Economic Liberties believes true economic liberty means entrepreneurs and businesses large and small succeed on the merits of their ideas and hard work; commerce empowers consumers, workers, farmers, and engineers instead of subjecting them to discrimination and abuse from financiers and monopolists; foreign trade arrangements support domestic security and democracy; and wealth is broadly distributed to support equitable political power.
The American Prospect
The American Prospect is devoted to promoting informed discussion on public policy from a progressive perspective. In print and online, the Prospect brings a narrative, journalistic approach to complex issues, addressing the policy alternatives and the politics necessary to create good legislation. We help to dispel myths, challenge conventional wisdom, and expand the dialogue.