Discover research and programs to promote economic inclusion.
Dallas Fed Communities
Read stories to inform and inspire action in your community.
Demographic disparities among disconnected young adults persist but are narrowing over timeLearn more
Did expanded Child Tax Credit enable parents in financially vulnerable households to work during pandemic?Learn more
Black workers, mothers leaving early education and child care jobs amid health risks, low payLearn more
Economy's essential early care and education industry recovering but still faces labor shortfallLearn more
Explore issues and initiatives that affect economic inclusion
Connecting with communities:
Lorie K. Logan’s 360° in 365 tour
Follow the Dallas Fed president on her journey to explore the diverse experiences of people across our region.Read about her journey
Why we need an inclusive economy
Across the U.S., people in many communities face barriers that exclude them from opportunities to prosper. To participate fully in the economy, everyone needs access to quality education, careers, banking, credit and more. When more families can build wealth and financial security, that strengthens the economy for all of us.
Advancing digital inclusion
Closing the digital divide helps ensure everyone can connect with school, work, business opportunities and more.
Connecting communities during COVID-19: a quick guide to broadband solutions for local governmentsLearn more
High-tech hotspot Austin works to solve labor, housing issuesLearn more
Diversified San Antonio confronts economic divide among youthLearn more
El Paso aims to end brain drain with global manufacturing, higher-paying jobsLearn more