Responding to COVID-19 with A People-Centered Policy Agenda



Date & Time

May 1, 2020 12:00 PM

We’ve long argued that one of the greatest threats to people and an equitable economy is corporate power—and the COVID-19 crisis is, unfortunately, illustrating our point.

Policy responses to COVID-19 must center everyday Americans and small businesses, but legislation to date has fallen woefully short. To learn more about how we can promote an agenda that meets the scale of the problems we’re facing and ensures that large, concentrated businesses do not benefit disproportionately from this crisis, join Bharat Ramamurti, Roosevelt’s new Managing Director of Corporate Power, and Julie Margetta Morgan, Vice President of Research, for a conversation to walk through the benefits and drawbacks of the current federal relief packages and how we can advance solutions that rebalance public and private power in future legislation.