Podcast: Boston Fed backs community action on Covid-19 and racial inequality

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An initiative run by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is helping smaller cities respond more effectively to the Covid-19 pandemic and racial inequalities, says Tamar Kotelchuck, an assistant vice-president at the regional Fed bank.

In the latest episode of FedSpeak, Kotelchuck walks through the steps the Working Cities Challenge has taken to help communities form better policy.

Launched in 2013, the Working Cities Challenge is a competition designed to support economic resurgence in post

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