Amid these uncertain and challenging times, we are asking and answering: How can the nation respond to keep all people safe and the economy afloat? What policies could help all of us recover in a way that is inclusive and equitable? And how can families and communities become more resilient to global health, economic, climate, and other shocks, even as we seek to prevent them from happening again?

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    As we observe the 33rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we are just beginning to grapple with what long COVID may mean for economic and personal well-being. Join the Urban Institute’s Disability Equity Policy Initiative for a conversation with Meghan O’Rourke, author of the National Book Award finalist The Invisible Kingdom: Reimagining Chronic Illness, alongside a panel of nationally recognized experts and advocates for a conversation about new research on long COVID’s impact on economic well-being and the need for policies that address chronic illness and disability.

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    • Vice President, Labor, Human Services, and Population
    • Senior Research Associate
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      Managing Director, CTE CoLab
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