Centering Federal Industrial Policy in Racial Justice & Community Development
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Centering Federal Industrial Policy in Racial Justice & Community Development

A Resource from Urban Manufacturing Alliance

Posted: June 15, 2021
Author(s): Katy Stanton and Adam Friedman
Organization(s): Urban Manufacturing Alliance

Manufacturing is as good for local neighborhoods as it is for the nation. A robust urban manufacturing ecosystem stimulates economic growth that is more equitable, reduces the impact of climate change, and increases national security, says this report from the Urban Manufacturing Alliance. The study offers a set of recommendations for how the federal government can better support local efforts and replicate their success.

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