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Chicago’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund creates and grows entrepreneurs in underserved commercial corridors.
Placemaking can encourage investments in communities through targeted economic development.
Research shows that having an incarcerated parent worsens children’s outcomes.
Our current child care system leaves many families unable to find or pay for high-quality child care.
In May, HUD proposed making families with mixed immigration status ineligible for public housing or housing choice vouchers.
President Trump recently signed an executive order seeking to identify the effects of restrictive zoning laws.
Google recently announced a $1 billion investment in affordable housing in the Bay Area.
20 percent of LGBTQ Americans report experiencing discrimination when applying for jobs.
More employers are expanding benefit offerings to include financial education and empowerment.

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