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Categories: Equitable Economy
Webinars | 2013

All-In Local and State Policy

When it comes to equity, local leaders are innovating the way forward. Across the country, advocates, organizers, public officials, labor leaders, and others are building new coalitions and advancing new policies to create more inclusive and prosperous cities and states. This webinar will explore policy strategies that are promoting equitable growth, including an “all-in” policy platform for...

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Categories: Equitable Economy
Webinars | 2013

All-In Infrastructure: Supporting Communities So All Can Thrive

Infrastructure – including transportation, water, and energy systems -- is critical to connect people to economic opportunity. But infrastructure is often crumbling in communities of color. How can we leverage billions of dollars of infrastructure improvements to reduce the nation’s unemployment and poverty rates and create pathways to jobs and entrepreneurship opportunities for our...

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Categories: Equitable Economy
Webinars | 2013

An All-In Primer: Demographic Change and the Economic Imperative of Equity

America is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse, but what does this mean for our economic future? What challenges and opportunities lie ahead in building a competitive workforce? And what policies should we pursue to build an economy that works for everyone, not just a select few? A new webinar series drawing from All-In Nation: An America that Works for All will begin to answer these...

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Webinars | 2013

Farmers’ Markets in Low-Income Communities: Strategies & Best Practices

Across the country healthy food stakeholders are working to support farmers’ markets that increase access to healthy foods in low-income communities. This webinar discusses how incentive programs, retail strategies and policies are changing how consumers shop at farmers' markets in their neighborhoods. Experts share best practices and lessons learned from the field about how to implement...

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