Did the Pandemic Deepen Racial and Ethnic Inequities among Small Business Owners? Data Limitations Make It Hard to Say.
Regardless of whether COVID-19 worsened the racial and ethnic disparities in small business ownership and health, federal policymakers have options to address them.
Financial coaches can help clients navigate economic uncertainty and lessen COVID-19's threats to their well-being.
New research finds that Baltimore’s disparities in neighborhood investment are alarming, and capital investments flow unevenly across the city.
The Opportunity Zone Incentive Isn’t Living Up to Its Equitable Development Goals. Here Are Four Ways to Improve It
Federal policymakers could alter and expand the incentive to help it spur truly equitable development.
Proposed for elimination, the Community Development Block Grant has been a major source of flexible funds aimed at helping low-income people.
Political rhetoric on the Great Lakes has portrayed the region as a victim of global forces, but the region’s recovery depends on investments in its strengths.
Each year, roughly one in four American families will face an “income shock,” like losing a job or experiencing a sudden health or work limitation.
In findings released today, the Urban Institute examines the cost of residents’ financial insecurity to city budgets in 10 American cities.
The controversy is part of a long narrative of land policies explicitly connected to tribal identity and socioeconomic opportunity.
Demand for the financial services offered by community development financial institutions is growing, but CDFIs must strengthen their finances.