Investing in Assets to Build Economic Security for Kids of Color

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Investing in Assets to Build Economic Security for Kids of Color

By - February 13, 2020

About Liz Olson, Policy Analyst

Liz works on the research and policy team, where she focuses on anti-poverty, early learning, and related social policy. She is part of our organization thanks to a national fellowship program offered by the State Priorities Partnership – a national network of state fiscal policy organizations coordinated by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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