Going (for) Broke

What does the financial health of Millennials have to do with buying vegetables at the grocery store? Rachel Black of New America's Asset Building Program talks with Terri Friedline about her new research exploring why Millennials are having such a tough time and ways financial capability could help them do better. 


Rachel Black is the co-director of the Family-Centered Social Policy program at New America. In this role, she leads research, analysis, and public commentary around a portfolio of issues devoted to creating a more equitable public policy approach to  advancing a new vision for social policy that allows all families to thrive in an era of growing risk, uncertainty, and inequality.