Translating evidence into impact
Better understanding the experiences of people who become pregnant and give birth is crucial to improving postpartum care and patient-provider relationships.
Stories Centering Women’s Voices to Improve Maternal Health PoliciesBetter understanding the experiences of people who become pregnant and give birth is crucial to improving postpartum care and patient-provider relationships. Stories The Ghosts of Housing Discrimination Reach Beyond RedliningExplore how neighborhoods have changed in Denver and Baltimore to understand why historical redlining maps are not strong predictors of present-day housing instability. Stories When Young People Are Seen and HeardThe Santa Clara County Social Services Agency has taken steps to incorporate young people's voices in their social safety programming, ensuring that the programs meet their actual needs and provide a stable foundation into adulthood. Stories The Promise and Pitfalls of the Washington, DC, Region’s Strong Capital FlowsWe look at investment patterns in Washington, DC, and its surrounding suburbs, exploring both how capital flows compare with other places across the US and how investment is distributed within the region. Stories Which States Prioritize Equity in School Renovation Funding?Policies for allocating funding toward school renovations or new construction are often left up to local jurisdictions, but some states have developed practices to ensure more equitable allocations across school districts. Stories Exploring Capital Flows in ChicagoChicago has room to grow both in increasing its overall investment pie and in more equitably dividing the slices of that pie among neighborhoods with different racial and income demographics.