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JFF’s Vision for an Equitable Economic Recovery

June 8, 2020

At a Glance

JFF urges policymakers to envision an equitable economic recovery from COVID-19. It must ensure systemic transformation, foster community revitalization, and provide individuals from all backgrounds with career and educational opportunities, as well as the support they need to succeed. To realize that vision, JFF has created this policy framework for Equitable Economic Recovery, which includes a set of three policy pillars and four guiding principles that provide a road map for how the country can deliver on the promise of economic advancement for all.

Contributors
Alexander Afranie
Lexi Barrett
Mary Gardner Clagett Senior Director
Ashley Bliss Lima
Taylor Maag
Practices & Centers Topics

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