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Our February 2021 Work: Shaping Section 230 Reform, Small Business Priorities & More

Happy Black History Month! This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews the Joint Center’s work over the past month. Economic Studies Joint Center proposal centerpiece of Section 230 reform bills to protect civil rights: U.S. Senators Mark R. Warner (D-VA), Mazie Hirono (D-HI), and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) announced the Safeguarding Against Fraud, Exploitation, Threats, Extremism and…

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Joint Center News: December 2020

Happy Holidays! This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews the Joint Center’s work over the past month. The Joint Center’s 50th Anniversary The Eddie Williams Future of Black Communities Leadership Summit is now available to watch online: To celebrate our 50th Anniversary, December 7-9 we convened Black thought leaders, academics, elected officials, and other stakeholders to…

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Joint Center News: November 2020

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend! This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews the Joint Center’s work over the past month. The Joint Center’s 50th Anniversary The Joint Center is hosting its 50th Anniversary celebration entitled The Eddie Williams Future of Black Communities Leadership Summit on December 7-9, 2020. The online event will convene Black thought leaders, academics, elected…

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Joint Center News: October 2020

This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews the Joint Center’s work over the past month. Economic Studies Joint Center President Spencer Overton joined Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester’s (D-DE) panel at the CBCF Annual Legislative Conference on how COVID-19 affects the future of work for African Americans. Other panelists included Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative Executive…

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Joint Center News: September 2020

This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews the Joint Center’s work over the past month. Economic Studies Joint Center President Spencer Overton joined The Atlantic Festival for Equity, Inclusion, and a New World of Work, a panel produced by AARP. Spencer spoke about how digital technologies transform work including the increased use of autonomous robots, the significance…

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Joint Center News: August 2020

This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews the Joint Center’s work over the past month. Economic Studies The Joint Center released Pandemic Relief Priorities for Black Communities, which urges Congress and the Administration to pass a stimulus package that addresses the pandemic’s disproportionate harm to Black communities. Federal policymakers must agree to a stimulus…

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Joint Center News: July 2020

This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews all of the Joint Center’s work over the past month. Economic Studies Joint Center Vice President Jessica Fulton was quoted in a ProPublica analysis putting COVID-19 unemployment rates into a historical context across race, gender, age, education, and income. “The Black unemployment rate is always ridiculously high, but we don’t treat…

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Joint Center News: June 2020

This is our regular monthly newsletter, which reviews all of the Joint Center’s work over the past month. Every Monday, we also publish a weekly roundup of the latest news and analysis on COVID-19 policy and Black communities. Details are below on all of the Joint Center’s work for the past month—including but not limited to COVID-19.…

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