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Economic Inequality: "The COVID-19 Eviction Cliff–Who’s Affected…?" (Full Event, 10/27/20)

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Economic Inequality Policy Series: The COVID-19 Eviction Cliff–Who’s Affected and How to Mitigate Short- and Long-term Crises? This virtual event took place on October 27, 2020, and is available to watch here in full. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in collaboration with the NYU Furman Center, will host its fourth event in a series of discussions on economic inequality on October 27, 2020. The event, "The COVID-19 Eviction Cliff," will highlight insights on housing and evictions and include conversations with researchers, government, think tanks and organizational leaders. The pandemic and its associated job losses have limited renters’ ability to pay monthly expenses and landlords’ ability to keep current on mortgages. Both sources of uncertainty threaten neighborhood safety and

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Economic Inequality Policy Series: The COVID-19 Eviction Cliff–Who’s Affected and How to Mitigate Short- and Long-term Crises? This virtual event took place on October 27, 2020, and is available to watch here in full. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in collaboration with the NYU Furman Center, will host its fourth event in a series of discussions on economic inequality on October 27, 2020. The event, "The COVID-19 Eviction Cliff," will highlight insights on housing and evictions and include conversations with researchers, government, think tanks and organizational leaders. The pandemic and its associated job losses have limited renters’ ability to pay monthly expenses and landlords’ ability to keep current on mortgages. Both sources of uncertainty threaten neighborhood safety and stability, which looms as New York State’s and the CDC’s temporary halts on evictions are set to expire soon. Finding a solution to avert widespread evictions is critical to avoid magnifying existing racial, gender, and economic disparities. Economic Inequality: "The COVID-19 Eviction Cliff–Who’s Affected...?" (Full Event, 10/27/20)
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