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Connecting Communities: Adapting to COVID-19: Impacts on Lower-Income Communities and Organizations Serving Them in 2022

February 9, 2023 @ 3:00 pm 4:00 pm EST

Connecting Communities

This webinar is now available to watch on-demand.

After almost three years, the economic and health effects of COVID-19 continue to linger for low- and moderate-income communities and communities of color. Organizations serving these communities also continue to feel the strain of COVID-19. There are signs of slow stabilization and recovery. There were lower levels of pandemic-related effects in many segments of the economy relative to 2021. But to promote a true recovery that benefits these communities, it is important to monitor the conditions and needs of the organizations who serve those affected most. 

Join us to discuss findings from the National COVID-19 Community Impact Survey administered by the Federal Reserve System. The survey tracks the significant impact that the pandemic has had on underserved communities and those who support them. You’ll also hear perspectives from those working on the frontlines in distressed communities and how organizations can use this data to advocate for themselves and those that they serve. 


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Dawn L. Brown
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Nishesh Chalise

Nishesh Chalise
Manager, Institute for Economic Equity
St. Louis Fed

Kevin Dean

Kevin Dean
Momentum Nonprofit Partners

Graciela Kahn

Graciela Kahn
Director of Business Intelligence
NeighborWorks America

Whitney Felder
Marketing Communications Specialist
Fed Communities

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About Connecting Communities®

Real people. Real research. Real conversations.

Connecting Communities is a Federal Reserve-sponsored webinar series providing timely information on community and economic development issues. It complements Fed community development outreach initiatives conducted through the 12 regional Reserve Banks and Federal Reserve Board of Governors.

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