This issue brief describes how ensuring access to high-quality, affordable health care for all can benefit families, communities, and the economy.| More >
This issue brief describes the importance of ensuring the economic inclusion of LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning) people.
It is one of thirteen briefs -- produced with the the Marguerite Casey Foundation -- that describe key challenges and strategies to advance equity within the issue area; provide relevant data points and research findings on the economic...| More >
This issue brief describes how building an equitable transportation system benefits families, communities, and the economy.| More >
The National Equity Atlas is a powerful online data and policy tool that helps local advocates track, measure, and make the case for equitable growth. This webinar is designed for organizations that are working to advance racial and economic equity across many policy domains.
The webinar, sponsored by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, featured a live demonstration of the Atlas, which provides 31...| More >
Take a look at a live demo of the latest data release from the National Equity Atlas! On May 23rd, the Atlas team added detailed racial/ethnic breakdowns to several of their economic opportunity indicators, including: Unemployment, Wages: Median, Wages: $15/Hour, Disconnected Youth, Educational Levels, AND Homeownership.| More >
Leaders at every level recognize that workers should be able to take time from their jobs to care for their own health or family health issues. But policymakers and practitioners need tools to make their case to colleagues and the public, and to ensure access to paid leave for all working families, especially those who need it most. New family and medical leave indicators from...| More >
The role of arts and culture is becoming increasingly essential to economic development. According to the National Endowment for the Arts, in 2012, the production of arts and cultural goods generated more than $698 billion to the U.S. economy. However, with changing demographics along with issues of gentrification and displacement, a pressing question is emerging-- how can arts-and-culture...| More >