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Stop the Debt Spiral: Economic Impact from Pandemic on Black Long Islanders

On Tuesday, August 11, 2020, Choice for All and Vision Street Research in collaboration with the State of the Black Long Island Equity Council convened by the Urban League of Long Island hosted the second of the two part series focusing on strategies to advance economic equity on Long Island with a focus on Black Long Islanders. The second virtual town hall focused on a two-part study on how the pandemic has financially impacted Black Long Islanders with a proposed programmatic and policy agenda.

The panelists include:

  • Jacob Dixon, CEO of Choice for All

  • Erika Hill, Founder & Principal of Vision Street Research

  • Theresa Sanders, President of the Urban League of Long Island

Economic Equity Virtual Town Hall - Part 2 (8/18/2020)

Click on the image cover for an copy of the Stop the Debt Spiral study discussed during the virtual town hall.

For additional resources to help support you and/or your business, kindly see below:

Grants/Funds to Support Black Women Owned Businesses

Buy From A Black Women Idealla Scholarship

HerSuiteSpot Micro Grant

Chambers of Commerce Resources

Nassau Council of Chambers - US Black Chambers, Inc. - Black Specific Resources for Marketing/Awareness

Long Island African Chamber of Commerce - Black Owned Long Island - Black Long Island - NextGen Talent

Morrison Mentors-

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