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Confronting Challenges, Exploring Solutions

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  • Singleton, Theresa

    (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)

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In order to strengthen our economy in ways that enable greater economic mobility and prosperity, we must invest in opportunity. By investing in opportunity, we have the ability to empower people to build wealth and create value, to foster revitalization and promote resiliency in places that have experienced disinvestment, to invigorate civic engagement, and to mitigate the risks that poverty presents to our economic system. We are excited to explore ways to invest in opportunity both in this publication and throughout the 2018 Reinventing Our Communities conference

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  • Singleton, Theresa, 2018. "Confronting Challenges, Exploring Solutions," Cascade, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, vol. 3, Fall.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedpca:0097
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