If you want to know more about our economy and inequality, watch this webcast
The Atlantic is hosting its annual Summit on the Economy today in Washington D.C. You can follow the live webcast here, or in the embedded video below.
You've already missed former Treasure Secretary Larry Summers and current Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro, but you can catch some of what they said by following #AtlanticEcon on Twitter.
Here's some highlights so far:
@LHSummers Rising concern over inequality is not about a left-right perspective #AtlanticEcon— Michelle Quadt (@ReImagineInfra) April 23, 2015
It's hard to see why, given the inequality today, the #minimumwage is so low. -@LHSummers at #AtlanticEcon— Washington Area Women's Foundation (@TheWomensFndtn) April 23, 2015
@SecretaryCastro: regulators overreacted to housing bubble-it's now too difficult for those of modest means to get a mortgage #AtlanticEcon— Galen Carey (@GalenCarey) April 23, 2015
"Our cities are becoming the place where privileged have the ability to live" - @swartell on switch of suburban/urban demos. #AtlanticECON— AtlanticLIVE (@AtlanticLIVE) April 23, 2015
And here's the live feed: