*This event is by invitation only. This event is open to Society of Fellows members only.
Moderated by Monica Lozano, chair, Aspen Institute Latinos and Society policy program. Co-moderator TBA.
This timely symposium will delve deeply into the trends, policy, and implications of charting America of the future. Over the course of three charged mornings, participants will explore the history, trends, and policies of U.S. immigration; the tension of state and federal actions; current and projected U.S. demographics, including the implications of globalization and integration; and citizenship and American identity. What are the implications for US competitiveness? How will the new demographics affect the political process? From language and assimilation to national identity, participants and moderators will explore the complexities and nuances of this timely issue. The roundtable format will feature readings, lecture, Q&A, and moderated discussion.
Opening reception followed by three half-day sessions.
Fee: $495 partipant; $250 auditor.