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Webinars | 2014

Financing Basics: Working with Community Development Financial Institutions

CDFIs are mission-driven organizations that work in economically distressed communities underserved by conventional financial institutions and capital markets. CDFIs have taken the lead across the country providing financing for healthy food retail and food system development. This webinar will introduce the audience to CDFIs and feature different financial products that CDFIs can use to...

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Webinars | 2014

Voices For Healthy Kids Initiative Healthy Food Access, Healthy Communities

Advocacy efforts to improve access to healthy food at the local, state, and federal level have led to the creation of financing programs to support healthy food retail in underserved communities nationwide.
 
One key effort, Voices for Healthy Kids Initiative, led by the American Heart Association and The Food Trust, is advocating for state-wide policies to promote healthy food financing and...
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Categories: Equitable Economy
Webinars | 2013

Building an All-In Nation: A View from the American Public

How do Americans view rising diversity? Are they concerned about racial and economic inequality? Would they support the equity agenda outlined in All-In Nation? And, how do these views vary based on race, age, and political persuasion? The Center for American Progress and PolicyLink commissioned a multilingual nationwide survey to answer these important questions. The results were surprising...

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Categories: Equitable Economy
Webinars | 2013

How the Federal Tax Code is Driving Inequity and What You Can Do About It

This webinar by the Asset Funders Network, PolicyLink, and various co-hosts looks at why tax reform matters and explores opportunities for change. This webinar is intended to prepare practitioners and advocates for critical windows of opportunity to engage in tax reform debates and advocate for policies that enable low- and moderate-income families to access a greater share of the benefits.

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