Pittsburgh Coalition on the Intersection of Disability, Race, Ethnicity and Poverty

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Listening Session Research Report

FINANCIAL HEALTH: Living at the Intersection of Disability, Race and Poverty

National Disability Institute (NDI) conducted listening sessions with Pittsburgh residents with disabilities and local providers serving persons with disabilities on March 1, 2023. The listening sessions discussed the financial inclusion needs and associated challenges faced by individuals living with disabilities and those at the intersection of race/ethnicity, poverty and disability. The sessions were convened by the Pittsburg Coalition on the Intersection of Disability Race, Ethnicity, and Poverty, in partnership with JPMorgan Chase. This report details qualitative insights and findings for the research exercises conducted

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Pittsburgh Regional Roundtable

Addressing Financial Stability Challenges at the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, Poverty and Disability – February 23-24, 2022

The goal of the Roundtable held on February 23-24, 2022 was twofold: (1) to bring together community nonprofit and other organizations working on economic and racial equity, with disability and financial inclusion partners in the Pittsburgh area and (2) to identify and begin work on action plans and concrete steps those organizations could jointly take to address some of the barriers to financial stability and financial resilience that contribute to the significant wealth gap faced by BIPOC communities with disability.

The Pittsburgh Coalition on the Intersection of Disability, Race, Ethnicity and Poverty was made possible with the generous support of JPMorgan Chase.

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