The Financial Justice Project goes to Washington!

AspenFinancial Justice Project Director Anne Stuhldreher was honored to join Melody Barnes and Reverend Starsky Wilson at The Arena Stage in Washington DC. for a 30-minute riveting discussion: The Price of Being Poor: How Fines and Fees Entrench Inequality and What Has to Change. You can watch the discussion here  Their panel was part of a great day at the Aspen Institute’s Summit on Inequality and Opportunity. Reverend Starsky Wilson is the President and CEO of The Deaconess Foundation and co-chaired The Ferguson Commission.  Melody Barnes is the Chair of the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions and is the former Director of The Domestic Policy Council under President Obama.