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The Winston-Salem Journal
Our community, along with others across America, is in the midst of a terrible storm brought about by the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic on our economic and health ecosystems.
CSEM needs more community input on study of economic mobility hurdles faced by Black women with disabilities
A study on the hurdles to economic mobility for African American women with physical and mental health disabilities in Forsyth County has made two significant findings....
In the summer of 2018, in that long-ago time before the pandemic, several Black women from East Winston came together in a research project.
Since Winston-Salem State University’s Center for the Study of Economic Mobility launched three years ago, one of our bedrocks has been putting our research before the public. We continue that mission with our new data hub page.
It’s six miles from East Winston to the sprawling Graylyn International Conference Center on Reynolda Road. At first blush to some, the distance might seem much more, that from blight to bright.
Sept. 17, 2020 marks CSEM’s third birthday. We have made strong progress in bringing to light the challenges facing economic mobility in our city and county.
At Winston-Salem State University’s Center for the Study of Economic Mobility (CSEM), data is one of our bedrocks.
Winston-Salem State University has recognized CSEM with a special honor.