Trade, Manufacturing & Jobs: How to Rebuild the Middle Class Webcast
Trade and manufacturing are dominating the 2016 presidential campaign. As Democrats gather in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention, the Alliance for American Manufacturing is hosting a conversation at the Philadelphia Museum of Art about why these issues matter for our economy, our children's future and our politics today.
And even if you aren't going to be in Philadelphia, you can still take part by watching our live webcast.
Featuring keynote remarks by Gene Sperling, a key economic adviser to presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Sperling, a Michigan native, will highlight Clinton's policies on manufacturing, trade and rebuilding America.
Special guests include Leo Gerard, president of the United Steelworkers, labor's leading voice on these issues.
Other confirmed speakers include Mike Langford, president of the Utility Workers Union of America; Tom Conway, international vice president of the United Steelworkers; and award-winning pollster Mark Mellman.
The conversation will be hosted by AAM President Scott Paul.
2 to 4 p.m. Eastern | Monday, July 25
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