YLC Event with Damon Dunn: Is Basic Income the Solution for Rising Poverty and Tech Industry Displacement?

YLC Event with Damon Dunn: Is Basic Income the Solution for Rising Poverty and Tech Industry Displacement?

Many are looking for solutions to alleviate high rates of poverty and homelessness in San Francisco and across California.

Some have advocated basic income as a solution – or having the government give people a fixed monthly stipend with no-strings attached. This approach is advocated by the mayor of Stockton and even some tech CEO’s as a way to address rising poverty and help those left behind by rapid economic change.

Join PRI and the Young Leaders Circle for a discussion of basic income with PRI fellow in business and economics Damon Dunn.

Overcoming significant poverty in his youth, Damon went on to graduate from college, play collegiate and professional football, and become a successful businessman. He will share his compelling life story and discuss some of the themes from a new book he’s writing on basic income.

 

Tuesday, June 18
5:30 to 7:30 pm

Neyborly
590 Sutter Street
San Francisco

Wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres will be served


Tickets

Free admission for Young Leaders Circle members
Free for Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society members
$30 for Non-Members

Space is limited


The Young Leaders Circle is PRI’s group for young, liberty-minded professionals, age 21-40. To learn more or join, click here.

The Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society recognizes Pacific Research Institute’s closest friends and most loyal supporters and gives them exclusive access to PRI’s events, publications, scholars, and leadership. To learn more or to join, click here.

For more information about YLC, contact Tim Anaya at (916) 389-9774, or tanaya@pacificresearch.org


June 18, 2019

590 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA, USA


Damon Dunn is a fellow in Business and Economics at the Pacific Research Institute. He writes the monthly “Free Markets 101” column for PRI’s “Right by the Bay” blog. He a successful real estate developer, investor and businessman, former collegiate and pro football player, and was a Hoover Institution fellow from 2011-13. Dunn is a graduate of Stanford University with a B.A. in Public Policy.