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BIPOC Diverse Econometrics Research!

We are excited to share the findings of our summer community survey conducted by the Say It Loud Advocates Research Network. This research is focused on exploring the implications of harmful impacts from tax inflation, with a specific focus on cutting-edge analysis and data-driven insights.

One of our key objectives in this study was to address issues related to racial equity. We wanted to understand how tax inflation disproportionately affects BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities and identify potential solutions.

Our report delves into various aspects impacted by tax inflation, such as affordable housing and ownership, workforce readiness, energy equity, and income equity. By analyzing these areas, we hope to shed light on the challenges faced by marginalized communities and propose strategies for creating a more equitable society.

The findings presented in our report are based on extensive research and provide valuable insights into these pressing issues. We invite you to explore our report below!

Community Inflation Research Findings- 2023

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Our recent summer community survey focused on exploring the implications of harmful impacts from tax inflation, specifically for individuals living below the poverty line. During our survey, we reached out to respondents aged 18-74 who are facing financial challenges.

 

Our findings were eye-opening and shed light on the disproportionate effects of inflation on BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) consumers. A staggering 75% of our respondents expressed that inflation significantly impacts their ability to afford goods and services. These findings highlight the urgent need for further research and proactive measures to address these inequalities.

 

Say It Loud Advocates Research Network, we remain dedicated to advocating for policies that promote economic justice and reduce disparities in financial well-being. 

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Through research, development, and strategic implementation, the organization is empowering local leaders and citizens to make a positive impact in their own neighborhoods.

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Through our initiatives, we hope to empower underserved communities and promote social equity solutions that will have a lasting impact on our world today.

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