Community Development Calendar

PAST EVENTS
26
MAY
Mental Health in Communities of Color: Economic Implications and Policy Solutions
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in partnership with Comunilife, sponsored an event on the pandemic’s impact on mental health in communities of color, including the correlation between depression and anxiety and economic factors such as lost income.
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19
MAY
Scaling Equitable Solar Finance: A Financial Innovations Roundtable Event
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Center for Impact Finance at the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire will gather solar industry stakeholders, project developers, and members of the financial sector in a virtual discussion to identify how community financial institutions, such as credit unions, community banks and Community Development Financial Institutions can finance solar installations in low-income communities and communities of color.
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29
APR
Climate and Communities: Voices from the Frontlines
The New York Fed hosted a virtual discussion about how communities facing climate-related risks are mitigating future risk and addressing issues of investment, equity, and green technology.
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07
APR
World Health Day: Global Perspectives on the Social Determinants of Health
The New York Fed, in association with The International Society for Urban Health and the NYU School of Global Public Health, convened a panel moderated by Dr. Jo Ivey Boufford, Clinical Professor at NYU School of Global Public Health, to discuss the social determinants of health and what actions governments, healthcare institutions, and the financial sector can take to create change.
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30
MAR
The State of the 50+ Entrepreneur
The New York Fed and the AARP hosted a virtual event with thought leaders, researchers, and policymakers discussing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on older business owners and their firms, and what might be done to help their recovery.
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22
MAR
Economic Inequality Policy Series: The Impact of the COVID-19 Shock on Women's Labor Market Outcomes and Equitable Policy Solutions
The New York Fed, in partnership with the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas at Austin, hosted a virtual event bringing together thought leaders, researchers, community development practitioners, and policy influencers to discuss the COVID-19 "shecession," with a focus on women of color, as well the effects women's job losses have had on families and children.
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01
MAR
New York Fed Web Series on Culture: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Our recent webinar, panelists explored questions related to how and why norms and biases change, the role of leaders and institutions in driving that change, and why motivations matter.
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2020 EVENTS
20
NOV
Mobilizing Capital: Artists' Impact on Community Health and Wellbeing
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in partnership with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, hosted a discussion focused on artists' role in building an equitable economy and their influence on community health and wellbeing via Webex.
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19
NOV
Alleviating Poverty Through Innovative Climate Investments
The New York Fed co-hosted, with Climate Safe Lending Network, an event to explore the intersection of climate change approaches in the financial sector, and the opportunities for community resilience and inclusion via Webex.
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27
OCT
Economic Inequality Policy Series: The COVID-19 Eviction Cliff–Who’s Affected and How to Mitigate Short- and Long-term Crises?
The New York Fed hosted a discussion with the NYU Furman Center on the pandemic and its associated job losses that have limited renters’ ability to pay monthly expenses and landlords’ ability to keep current on mortgages via Webex.
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16
OCT
Culture and Communities: A Conversation about the Creative Sector, Community Development and Impact Investing
The New York Fed hosted a discussion with Upstart Co-Lab on the role of cultural institutions in New York City's recovery from COVID-19 via Webex.
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30
SEP
Comics in the Classroom: A Look at the New York Fed's Economic Education Comic Book Series
In this webinar, the creators of the New York Fed's comic books discussed the series, including a new activity guide and poster, as well as how materials can be used inside and outside the classroom.
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24
SEP
Economic Inequality Policy Series: The Impacts of COVID-19 on Communities of Color and Policy Insights for an Equitable Economic Recovery
The New York Fed hosted its third event in a series of discussions on inequality via Webex. The forum highlighted the New York Fed's recent research and looked at the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color.
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25
JUN
Economic Inequality Policy Series: An Update from the Experts on COVID-19’s Impact on Housing
The New York Fed, in collaboration with the Urban Institute and NYU Furman Center, hosted its second event in the Economic Inequality Policy Series, which highlighted current research on the housing market and included conversations with researchers and policy-influencers on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on homeowners and renters.
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11
JUN
The Fed and Main Street: The Immigrant Experience during COVID-19
As the third installment of The Fed and Main Street Series, this virtual forum explored the experiences and challenges of immigrant populations during the pandemic and discussed how local municipalities and other organizations are addressing financial disparities.
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27
MAY
Too Important to Fail: Minority-Owned Businesses Navigating COVID-19 and Beyond
As the second installment of the New York Fed's The Fed and Main Street Series, this virtual forum explored COVID-19 pandemic's impact on small businesses and how community stakeholders and capital providers can support these firms.
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23
APR
The Fed and Main Street During the Coronavirus Pandemic
The New York Fed hosted a community dialogue to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on communities, including pre-existing financial and economic disparities faced by low-income communities, particularly communities of color.
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13
FEB
Youth Poverty in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands
The New York Fed, in partnership with the Instituto del Desarrollo de la Juventud and Family Promise, explored the economic costs and consequences of high rates of child poverty and options that can lead to a reduction in child poverty.
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30
JAN
Economic Inequality: A Policy Series
Economists shared their research on various inequalities observed related to income, education, health, and other outcomes. Policy influencers and practitioners discussed the impacts of economic inequality in households and communities.
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15
JAN
Transforming Community Development Through Arts & Culture
Attendees learned how artists are working with communities and community development organizations to tackle some of the most pressing and complex issues of our time.
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2019 EVENTS
17
DEC
Well-being Across America: More Unequal, More Insecure
Attendees learned about the latest community credit data analysis and explored how other data tools shed light on existing inequalities across communities in America.
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06
DEC
Healthy Communities Conference Series: New Sources of Place-based Capital to Improve the Upstream Social Determinants of Health
The New York Fed, in partnership with Comunilife, NYC Health + Hospitals and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, held the first event in its Healthy Communities conference series.
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