The Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) conducts and supports innovative policy research. The research below includes SEAP-sponsored reports as well as research, communications toolkits, and fact sheets from other organizations that seek to broaden economic power.
This report, “An 8-point framework for tracking the rise of large corporate landlords in single-family rentals,” dives into how current real estate processes can exacerbate
The poverty rate in Louisiana, South Carolina and Tennessee all exceed 14%, with Louisiana having the highest rate at nearly 20%. Helping to change this
Federal funding programs have the power to boost economic growth, improve individual quality of life, and strengthen community resiliency. As the COVID-19 pandemic showed, federal
Introduction Launched in 2019 by Stacey Abrams, the Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) partners with thinkers and doers to amplify their efforts and bridge gaps
Leila Pedersen Gathering insight from more than 50 stakeholders, SEAP released its report, Engagement & Equity First: Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Funding Implementation, which