Today, we’re joined by the Economic Mobility Forum’s Policy Fellows as they wrap up a year of research and discussion at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Applied Public Research. The Policy Forum is a community of practice focused on connecting forum members with vetted policy fellows: experts and practitioners who are working on economic mobility initiatives in their cities. Members interact with fellows through round-table discussion, research projects, and webinar lectures. We’ll discuss the takeaways gleaned from the last year of collaboration, and specifically how the COVID-19 pandemic revealed and exacerbated already existing economic mobility disparities across the nation.
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The Center for Applied Public Research is a part of the Johns Hopkins University Centers for Civic Impact. To learn more, visit us at https://civicimpact.jhu.edu/