Institute for Economic and Racial Equity

New Report - CSA Programs Respond to the Pandemic and Demands for Racial Equity

Cover of "CSA Programs Respond to the Pandemic and Demands for Racial Equity" Report

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the operational and financial realities for many CSA programs and has raised questions about funding and future directions of the field. In addition, recent organizing around racial justice has led many programs to examine how well their CSAs are serving families of color. Based on the results of a national survey conducted in late 2020, this report focuses on the perceived impacts of COVID-19 and racial equity movements on the CSA field, how programs would like to respond to their communities’ emerging needs, and what resources programs will require to address these new and evolving needs.

 

Basic income reduces poverty, with greatest impact for Black and Latinx households

 (Accessible description of Figure 2: Desired Responses to Covid-Related Needs graph.)

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 View the webinar on this report here: Expert Insights: What Does this Moment Mean for CSAs?