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A quick interaction on the street isn't just a brief moment of racism. It's part of an ongoing system that affects people, families, and communities for years.

April 26, 2016

A city is only as strong as the people who live in it. When residents struggle to make ends meet, cities can too.

April 21, 2016

Here’s what you should know about place and disadvantage, and how they work together to cut lives short.

April 15, 2016

Engaging Communities in Reducing Gun Violence: A Road Map for Safer Communities

Translating Evidence to Practice

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Translating Evidence to Practice

National Reentry Week should serve as a wake-up call: we still have a lot of work to do to turn our knowledge into action.

At the Intersection of Black, Trans, and Poor

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At the Intersection of Black, Trans, and Poor

The killing of ‪Islan Nettles‬ underscores the need for increased investment in research on the experiences of trans women of color.

Poor Nutrition Leaves Kids Vulnerable to Lead Poisoning—and Not Just in Flint

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Poor Nutrition Leaves Kids Vulnerable to Lead Poisoning—and Not Just in Flint

The conversation about what to do about lead exposure doesn’t end with testing water fountains or replacing pipes.

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