People & Places Federal Advocacy Week

Federal Advocacy Week

Join us JUNE 21-25 for Congressional and Biden administration meetings

As our country drives toward economic recovery, our networks can help ensure that the communities we serve are at the table and that their needs are prioritized. The People & Places Collaboration will organize virtual meetings for our members around these issues:

  • Housing as Infrastructure
  • Strengthening Small Business in Underserved Communities
  • CRA Modernization
  • Federal Home Loan Bank Implementation Act 

Get ready!

  • Review our Policy Priorites
    Take a look at the document outlining our policy priorities and "asks." Watch the recording of out Policy Priorities webinar.

  • Participate in our Advocacy Training — June 15, 2 - 3 pm EDT
    Vanna Cure, Associate Director of Advocacy for Prosperity Now, will facilitate the training webinar. Learn how tadvocate effectively with Congressional offices and Biden Administration officials.

Get registered!

Federal Advocacy Week registration is only open to NACEDA voting members and members of NALCAB, National CAPACD, and the National Urban League.

Registration is free. June 15 is the deadline to register. When you register, you get:

  • Automatically registered for the June 15 training webinar

  • A recording of our June 8 Policy Priorities training webinar

  • Help scheduling meetings on June 21 - 25 with Senators and Representatives from your area and federal agencies.
Thank you to JPMorgan Chase and BBVA for generously supporting the People & Places Collaboration.

People & Places Collaboration:

National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations (NACEDA)

National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB)

National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD)

National Urban League

Who is the People & Places Collaboration? 
A coalition of networks that connect 348 member organizations — including local community-based organizations plus state and regional community development associations — working in service of thousands of communities across the U.S.

Why does it exist? 
We are committed to combating structural racism and economic disparity through policy strategy and advocacy. We exist to create the conditions for residents to determine and control the future of their neighborhoods and get what they need to ensure their long-term stability, health and wealth.  When all people & places thrive, our nation thrives.


What does it do? 
In solidarity, we advance policies, investments, and protections that prioritize the well-being of African American, Latino, Asian American, Pacific Islander and Indigenous people, and other low-and-moderate-income communities.