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Growing Community Health on the Ground

Investments in urban greenery can empower communities and improve health.

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NYC to Build Largest Health Facility In Its History: A Neighborhood

On a remote hilltop in Staten Island, New York City is preparing for battle in the fight against one of the nation’s most deadly diseases…again.

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From Homelessness to Housing in San Francisco: Portraits and Oral History

A moving new multi-media art project, “Everyone Deserves a Home”, on display in San Francisco’s Public Library asks 40 formally homeless residents in supportive housing, “what does home mean to you?”

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Call for Applications: Culture of Health Leaders 2017

The RWJF funded Culture of Health Leaders Program is now accepting applications for the 2017-19 cohort. This 3-year leadership development program offers a $20,000 stipend annually for up to 50 participants. The call for applications is open and continues through February 15, 2017.

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Disrupting Poverty: A Market that Values Health

Poverty is complex, and breaking its grip requires multiple coordinated and sustained interventions. One program or policy won’t work in isolation. How do we create the right incentives and interventions to break the cycle of poverty?

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Where Health Meets Equity in Ohio

In Ohio, the Cleveland Fed and its partners address the legacy of discrimination.

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Post-Election Insights for Community Development Moving Forward at LISC Conference

Daniel Lau, Manager of Strategic Engagement, caught us up on his recent trip to the Houston for the LISC National Leadership Conference.

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