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Fighting the Climate Crisis in Communities of Color (Full Event, 2/24/21)

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On February 24, 2021, the New York Fed hosted discussion on how the climate crisis is affecting communities of color, with economists presenting findings on climate risk and inequality, and research on how the wealth gap hobbles communities of color when disaster strikes. To learn more about the New York Fed's work on this topic, visit nyfed.org/inequality.

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On February 24, 2021, the New York Fed hosted discussion on how the climate crisis is affecting communities of color, with economists presenting findings on climate risk and inequality, and research on how the wealth gap hobbles communities of color when disaster strikes.



To learn more about the New York Fed's work on this topic, visit nyfed.org/inequality.
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