The Pandemic’s Disproportionate Impact on Immigrant Children and Families

May 1, 2020

Co-hosted with The Alliance for Early Success 

In addition to highlighting the Coronavirus’s disproportionate impact on immigrant children, speakers discussed federal legislation to address the needs of immigrant families; key services and assistance that local and state organizations are providing to immigrant families; the critical role that philanthropy plays in supporting positive outcomes for immigrant families; and concrete actions that advocates can take to improve policies for immigrant children and families. 

SPEAKERS:

RELATED RESOURCES:

Advocating and Investing in Equity for Immigrant Families, May 5, 2020 –  Discusses areas of need and opportunity for investment, ECFC and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees.  

Latino Policy Forum

Migration Policy InstituteImmigrant Workers: Vital to the U.S. COVID-19 Response, Disproportionately Vulnerable, March 2020

 

National Center for Children in Poverty

ARCHIVES:

ECFC members, log in to access the call recording and PowerPoint.  ECFC’s Weekly COVID-19 Call registrants will receive the information by email. Others may  contact ECFC for more information.
 

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