Equitable Access to Small Business Credit

What role can the Federal Reserve play in facilitating access to credit for small businesses? Join the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco on Thursday, October 14, 2021 for a virtual event, Equitable Access to Small Business Credit.

Investment Connection – Nebraska

Join the Kansas City Fed for Investment Connection Nebraska on October 7th.  Information regarding eight new and existing community and economic development proposals in the Nebraska market will be shared. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required by October 6, 2021, for this virtual WebEx session. Presentations on eight new and existing community and economic […]

Evictions and the Rental Market, Now and after the Pandemic

As the CDC moratorium on evictions has ended, we look to researchers and practitioners to understand what has happened and what comes next for tenants, landlords, and the rental market. What are the risks that remain? Are current policies managing them effectively? What lessons can we carry forward to ensure rental housing needs are met?

Rural America Week 2021

onvening policymakers, community representatives, businesses, funders and foundations, the virtually hosted conference will explore rural communities, review examples of success and barriers to growth, and highlight opportunities where investment could make a difference.

Investment Connection – Oklahoma

ent Connection Oklahoma on September 29th. Information regarding eight new and existing community and economic development proposals in the Oklahoma market will be shared. Presentations on eight new and existing community and economic development proposals from across Oklahoma will be shared. There is no cost to attend, but registration is required September 28, 2021 for this virtual WebEx session.

The Fourth Trimester and Beyond: The Case for Broad Investments in Maternal and Child Health

What needs to happen to ensure all mothers have the care they need to participate fully in the economy and all children have a healthy start? This multidisciplinary event will discuss the case for broad investments in maternal and child health, focusing on financing opportunities and creating new business models to achieve equitable health outcomes for mothers and children.

Racism and the Economy: Focus on Health

People without good health or health care often struggle to fully participate in the economy. The eighth installment of our virtual event series examines how systemic racism impacts health and, ultimately, economic outcomes.

Fintech, Racial Equity, and an Inclusive Financial System

Join on August 25 for a virtual event to launch a new issue of Community Development Innovation Review that explores the promises and pitfalls of fintech as a means of expanding financial inclusion and reaching underserved communities of color.

Fed@YourDesk: The Economic Gains from Equity

Gender and race remain largely unexplained predictors of labor market outcomes in the economy. Virtually join the San Francisco Fed on August 12 to learn how gender and racial disparities have hindered economic activity in significant ways and could continue to do so.

Addressing the Long-Term Unemployment Crisis

Join the Atlanta Fed and AARP for this August 4 virtual event on the current long-term unemployment crisis and what innovative solutions are available to support the long-term unemployed.