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    Sep 09, 2021

    Racism and the Economy: Focus on Health - September 9, 2021

    The eighth installment of the Racism and the Economy series examines how racial disparities in the health care system affect the economy.

      Aug 04, 2021

      Addressing the Long-Term Unemployment Crisis - August 4, 2021

      Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Center for Workforce and Economic Opportunity and AARP on Wednesday, August 4, at 2 p.m. (ET) for a lively conversation about the current long-term unemployment crisis and what innovative solutions are available to support the long-term unemployed.

        Jul 15, 2021

        Inclusive and Resilient Recovery: Career Pathways to Household Financial Well-Being - July 15, 2021

        Atlanta Fed Community and Economic Development staff members and guests discuss how career advancement is tied to household financial well-being. They also consider the systemic barriers that pose challenges to economic self-sufficiency.

          Jul 13, 2021

          Racism and the Economy: Focus on Criminal Justice - July 13, 2021

          The seventh installment of the Racism and the Economy series explores how racism in the criminal justice system affects the economy.

            Jun 22, 2021

            Residential Real Estate Market Update - June 22, 2021

            A recent Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division webinar focused on trends in residential real estate. Atlanta Fed expert Domonic Purviance shared his market insights and discussed potential risks post-COVID.

              Jun 03, 2021

              Workforce Realigned: How New Partnerships Are Advancing Economic Mobility - June 3, 2021

              The national launch of Workforce Realigned: How New Partnerships Are Advancing Economic Mobility, a book from the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta and Philadelphia and Social Finance, explored the emergence of a new generation of cross-sectoral partnerships focused on better outcomes for workers. It drew on examples from the recently released book (and beyond) and highlighted efforts to build a better workforce system through shared accountability, aligned incentives, and a more careful and thoughtful allocation of financial risks across workers, employers, and governments.

                Jun 02, 2021

                Racism and the Economy: Focus on Entrepreneurship - June 2, 2021

                The sixth installment of the Racism and the Economy series explored the potential for entrepreneurship to serve as one pathway to transform economic outcomes for communities of color and the broader economy. Read the summary and watch the video.

                  May 19, 2021

                  Ask Us Anything: Labor Policy Reform for a Cohesive Workforce Development Sector - May 19, 2021

                  Changes in labor policy can create career pathways for workers. This Ask Us Anything webinar discusses how labor policy can be improved to advance workforce development investments from a scattered set of approaches to a cohesive system that supports lifelong learning.

                    May 13, 2021

                    Inclusive and Resilient Recovery: Household Financial Well-Being in the Southeast - May 13, 2021

                    Atlanta Fed Community and Economic Development staff and guest speakers provide a framework for financial well-being and its relationship to an inclusive and resilient recovery for the whole economy.

                      Apr 13, 2021

                      Racism and the Economy: Focus on the Economics Profession - April 13, 2021

                      The fifth event in the virtual series identified shortcomings and proposed solutions to increase diversity and equity in economics recruitment, retention, and research. Read the summary and watch the video.

                        Mar 25, 2021

                        Inclusive and Resilient Recovery: Small Businesses of Color: Toward an Inclusive and Resilient Recovery - March 25, 2021

                        Atlanta Fed and Kansas City Fed Community and Economic Development staff summarized findings from the Small Businesses of Color Recovery Guide. Guest speakers discussed their experiences as entrepreneurs or funders of small businesses of color.

                          Mar 03, 2021

                          Ask Us Anything: Infrastructure Job Programs Creating Career Opportunities for People of Color, Women, and Youth - March 3, 2021

                          Expected plans to modernize U.S. infrastructure and tackle climate change have the potential to create many good-paying jobs. This Ask Us Anything webinar discusses ways to make sure that employment programs tied to infrastructure benefit younger workers, people of color, and women.

                            Mar 01, 2021

                            Racism and the Economy: Focus on Housing - March 1, 2021

                            The fourth installment of the series focused on structural racism in housing and its impact on economic outcomes for all Americans. Read a summary of the event and watch the video.

                              Feb 25, 2021

                              Inclusive and Resilient Recovery: Small Business Credit Survey: Findings, Implications, and Opportunities for an Inclusive and Resilient Recovery - February 25, 2021

                              The Atlanta Fed Community and Economic Development team presented findings from the Federal Reserve Small Business Credit Survey: 2021 Report on Employer Firms, particularly the impact of COVID-19 on these businesses.

                                Feb 01, 2021

                                Uneven Outcomes in the Labor Market: Understanding Trends and Identifying Solutions - February 1–4, 2021

                                A diverse network of researchers, policymakers, and practitioners convened to examine inequities in labor market outcomes and explored the implications of disparities on aggregate economic performance, individual workers, and communities. They also identified new directions for policy and research. This event was hosted by the community development staff of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta, Boston, Cleveland, and Philadelphia.