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Three strategies to expand food sovereignty in order to advance food security, racial equity, and climate resilience.
Insights into how a community-based approach can strengthen research and create equitable evaluation processes.
Insights from Mexico's Minister of Housing and Urban Development can help inform how the federal government should influence local-level infrastructure.
Addressing the lack of diversity in the appraiser industry could improve outcomes for Black and Hispanic communities.
New survey data found that many landlords and tenants are still unaware of the assistance, and confusion about how to access it abounds.
Three characteristics about the city’s low-density housing stock can help policymakers evaluate whether, when, where, and how to encourage private developers to build more infill housing.
Reimagining grantmaking infrastructure so small organizations led by people of color have equitable access to grants is just one way government can further racial equity.
How can policymaking build a stronger early childhood education system that meets the needs of all children, families, programs, and teachers?

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