Category: Facts that Matter
By practicing targeted universalism, policymakers can aim specific strategies, such as social capital-based programming, at problems that plague marginalized groups to advance equity in COVID-19 economic recovery efforts.
One of the significant issues plaguing rural communities in the U.S. is the ongoing brain drain of young people and skilled professionals from rural areas to urban areas, resulting in … Continued
Northeastern North Carolina faces clear economic challenges, including a notable lag in employment growth. Some unique assets are responding to the challenges in promising ways. The region’s Elizabeth City State … Continued