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Author:Gutkowski, Violeta A. 

Gauging COVID-19’s Ongoing Impact on LMI Communities

Building capacity to provide critical services to low- to moderate-income communities will be key to ensuring an equitable recovery and resiliency.
On the Economy

Journal Article
COVID-19’s Ongoing Effects on Early Childhood Education in St. Louis

What are the longstanding implications of the pandemic’s impact on the child care ecosystem in St. Louis?
Bridges , Volume 2020 (4)

COVID-19 Disruptions by Race, Ethnicity and Geography: An Update

In 2021, low- to moderate-income (LMI) communities of color were still more likely to report disruptions than LMI communities that were primarily white.
On the Economy

Journal Article
How Is COVID-19 Impacting Eighth District LMI Communities? An Update

A Fed survey shows Eighth District communities continued recovering from COVID-19 disruptions, but returning to pre-pandemic conditions may still take time.
Bridges , Volume 2022 (4)

Survey Shows Weakening Conditions for Economic Mobility in Eighth District

A survey of entities serving low- and moderate-income communities in the Eighth District indicates that current conditions for economic mobility remain poor for many.
On the Economy

Journal Article
The Funding Environment for Community and Economic Development Nonprofits in St. Louis

An analysis examines the importance of grant-based funding to community and economic development nonprofits in St. Louis and how that funding is distributed.

Journal Article
Challenges Faced by Community-Based Organizations in the Eighth District

While community-based organizations faced milder COVID-19-related disruptions in 2022 relative to the previous year, signs of hardship remain.

Nonprofits Serving and Led by People of Color Showed Pandemic Resiliency

Nonprofits serving and led by people of color were resilient to pandemic challenges, despite fewer government funds and significant economic disruption.
Economic Equity Insights

Journal Article
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Access to COVID-19 Relief

Unequal access to relief programs may help explain why LMI communities of color were more likely to report pandemic-related disruptions than white LMI communities.
Economic Synopses

Journal Article
Low- to Moderate-Income Community Development Outlook for Communities of Color in the Eighth District

Our Institute for Economic Equity reviews the economic conditions, including the impact of COVID-19, on LMI individuals and communities of color within our District.
Bridges , Volume 2021 (4)




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