SEAP RESEARCH

SEAP conducts and supports innovative policy research. The research below includes SEAP-sponsored reports as well as research, communications toolkits, and fact sheets that seek to broaden economic power. Please explore our research and findings and feel free to contact us info@theseap.org if you have any questions!

SEAP Releases 2023 Annual Report

Today, the Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) released its report, Engagement & Equity First: Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Funding Implementation, which aims to identify innovations and challenges among local governments and nonprofit organizations as they implement federal recovery funds. Identifying and resolving these can bring more community voices to the table for spending decisions and produce more equitable outcomes that will change the landscape of many Southern communities.

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SEAP Addresses Medicaid Unwinding Concerns in Spanish Teletown Hall for Nearly 4,700 Georgia Residents

Today, the Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) released its report, Engagement & Equity First: Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Funding Implementation, which aims to identify innovations and challenges among local governments and nonprofit organizations as they implement federal recovery funds. Identifying and resolving these can bring more community voices to the table for spending decisions and produce more equitable outcomes that will change the landscape of many Southern communities.

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SEAP is Hiring: Federal Resources Coordinator

Today, the Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) released its report, Engagement & Equity First: Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Funding Implementation, which aims to identify innovations and challenges among local governments and nonprofit organizations as they implement federal recovery funds. Identifying and resolving these can bring more community voices to the table for spending decisions and produce more equitable outcomes that will change the landscape of many Southern communities.

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SEAP’s New Survey Results Reveal Food Security as an Emerging Top Challenge in LA, SC and TN

Today, the Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) released its report, Engagement & Equity First: Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Funding Implementation, which aims to identify innovations and challenges among local governments and nonprofit organizations as they implement federal recovery funds. Identifying and resolving these can bring more community voices to the table for spending decisions and produce more equitable outcomes that will change the landscape of many Southern communities.

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SEAP Releases Updated American Rescue Plan Local Funds Tracker

Today, the Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) released its report, Engagement & Equity First: Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Funding Implementation, which aims to identify innovations and challenges among local governments and nonprofit organizations as they implement federal recovery funds. Identifying and resolving these can bring more community voices to the table for spending decisions and produce more equitable outcomes that will change the landscape of many Southern communities.

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