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Announcements and news about NCRC live and online events.

Housing and Communities After The Pandemic

Just Economy Conference – May 3, 2021 Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, Chief of Membership, Policy & Equity, NCRC Diane Yentel, President & CEO, National Low Income Housing Coalition Andre Perry, Senior Fellow, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program ——– Transcript NCRC video transcripts are produced by a third-party transcription service and may contain errors. They are lightly edited for style and clarity. […]

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William Demchak | 2021 Just Economy Conference

Just Economy Conference – May 4, 2021 Fireside Chat William Demchak, CEO of PNC Bank and John Taylor, NCRC Founder & President Transcript NCRC video transcripts are produced by a third-party transcription service and may contain errors. They are lightly edited for style and clarity. Taylor All righty, welcome, everybody to the fireside chat with

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Sherrod Brown | 2021 Just Economy Conference

Just Economy Conference – May 4, 2021 Senator Sherrod Brown, (D-OH), Chair the Senate’s Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs Committee Transcript NCRC video transcripts are produced by a third-party transcription service and may contain errors. They are lightly edited for style and clarity. Crosby  0:00 Welcome back for another great day at NCRC’s Just Economy Conference.

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Welcome & Opening Session | 2021 Just Economy Conference

Just Economy Conference – May 3, 2021 Welcome: Jesse Van Tol, Chief Executive Officer, NCRC Opening Session: The State of Black and Latino Entrepreneurship in America: Strategies for a Post-Pandemic Recovery Marisa Calderon, Chief of Community Finance & Mobility, NCRC Jennifer Garcia, CEO, Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative Bob Dickerson, Executive Director, Birmingham Business Resource Center

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A Reckoning In Boston

Just Economy Conference – May 11, 2021   For filmmaker James Rutenbeck, a project to document students who had experienced homelessness, incarceration or faced barriers to a college education as they engaged in a rigorous night course in the humanities started a journey to partner with those students in an attempt to explain the divide

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Go-Go City: Displacement & Protest in Washington, DC

Just Economy Conference – May 10, 2021   Experience a screening of this new documentary from the Bertelsmann Foundation and filmmaker Sam George. Featuring several NCRC staff, this documentary tracks the ongoing gentrification and displacement of Washingtonians in the midst of the George Floyd protests. Speakers: Samuel George, Documentary Filmmaker, Bertelsmann Foundation Jason Richardson, Director

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Addressing food insecurity for those suffering the most from income inequality – SNAP

Just Economy Conference – May 10, 2021   The pandemic’s impact on employment fell most significantly on business sectors with a disproportionately larger share of low-wage employees. These workers came into the pandemic with fewer resources, and when millions lost work, the scope of hunger skyrocketed across the country. Feeding America estimates that the number

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Schools, Segregation, COVID

Join this engaging, potentially uncomfortable Just Economy panel discussion with community development professionals, education researchers and civil advocates experts on the fractured nature of neighborhoods and public education, promising efforts around integration and the role of community development in expanding opportunity as we navigate schooling in the pandemic and beyond.

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Connecting Environmental Justice And Housing Justice

Just Economy Conference – May 11, 2021   There are many key issues that connect fair housing and tenant advocates to environmental and health justice such as lead exposure, Superfund sites, asthma risks, substandard conditions, and natural disaster preparedness. Panelists set the context by describing the relationship of racial segregation and discriminatory land use practices

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Bringing It All Together: Convening on Health and Community Development Investments

Just Economy Conference – May 10, 2021 Each year brings new research and attention to the connection between economic security and physical health and 2020 certainly brought that and more. Local leaders are clear on their community’s needs and are actively combating disparities, yet the greatest impact comes from community investments made by anchor institutions

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