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Empowering local communities to build own wealth to recover from pandemic

Demanding racial equity Fighting for a new systemic vision

In early July, the Democracy Collaborative, in partnership with the Anchor Collaborative Network, hosted a week-long Community Wealth Summit focused on leading institutions, government agencies and nonprofits in examining the economic recovery through a racial equity and community wealth building lens. 

“Community wealth building has never been more relevant to the fate of this country and its economy than it is now in this COVID-19 era,” said Ted Howard, executive director and co-founder of the Democracy Collaborative — a Washington, D.C.-based research and development lab focused on building a democratic economy. 

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Publication date: 2020-08-06
Publisher: Shareable.net
Publication URL: Empowering local communities to build own wealth to recover from pandemic

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