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Community voices informing policy and practice in New England Community voices informing policy and practice in New England

Invested is an interview-based publication by the Boston Fed that focuses on issues important to low- and moderate-income New Englanders. It seeks to complement the work of the Boston Fed’s Regional & Community Outreach department and expand the legacy of our former publication, Communities & Banking. Through accessible and inviting stories, we amplify the voices of community members, deconstruct complex issues, and shine a light on innovation across New England.

In Conversation: Lash Nolen on Health Inequities, Vaccines, and Nurturing Community Trust In Conversation: Lash Nolen on Health Inequities, Vaccines, and Nurturing Community Trust
Policy Matters: More Equitable Access to Paid Sick Leave in the Northeast Policy Matters: More Equitable Access to Paid Sick Leave in the Northeast
The Reckoning: When a Pandemic Collides with Systemic Racism The Reckoning: When a Pandemic Collides with Systemic Racism
Issue Three: Readying for the Next Revolution: Robots, Resilience, and a Better Future of Work Issue Three: Readying for the Next Revolution: Robots, Resilience, and a Better Future of Work
Número Dos: Amplificando la Voz de los Trabajadores en una Economía en Constante Evolución Número Dos: Amplificando la Voz de los Trabajadores en una Economía en Constante Evolución
Issue Two: Amplifying Workers’ Voices in an Evolving Economy Issue Two: Amplifying Workers’ Voices in an Evolving Economy

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