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New Public Agenda Report: Teachers Are Being Left Out of Their Own Story

May 3, 2022 Comments Off on New Public Agenda Report: Teachers Are Being Left Out of Their Own Story

May 3, 2022 Only a Quarter of K-12 Education Articles Quote Teachers Two-thirds of K-12 Teachers Say the Media Impacts Morale and Educator Recruitment, According to Public Agenda’s “Teacher In … Read more

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Organizing Citizen-Centered Conversations for Health Advocacy Efforts in Pennsylvania

March 28, 2022 Comments Off on Organizing Citizen-Centered Conversations for Health Advocacy Efforts in Pennsylvania

March 28, 2022 The lasting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have cast a shadow over social and economic progress throughout the country. Hospitals and clinics were one the first industries … Read more

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New Videos Highlight On-the-Ground Work of Community Voices for Health Project

January 26, 2022 Comments Off on New Videos Highlight On-the-Ground Work of Community Voices for Health Project

January 26, 2022 For over three years, Public Agenda’s Community Voices for Health initiative has been working to strengthen infrastructure for engagement in health. Some of this work has been captured in a series of … Read more

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Building Blocks to Support Youth Leadership in Nevada

December 7, 2020 Comments Off on Building Blocks to Support Youth Leadership in Nevada

In addition to being the leaders of tomorrow, young people can be catalytic leaders for today. This capacity has become increasingly evident in the past few years, as youth leaders … Read more

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Activating the network to fight COVID-19 in Pennsylvania

November 23, 2020 Comments Off on Activating the network to fight COVID-19 in Pennsylvania

The coronavirus pandemic has posed huge challenges for many organizations, including nonprofits, grassroots groups, community organizing initiatives, and government agencies. When the crisis hit earlier this year, organizations that relied on face-to-face relationships to engage their constituents, or even to work together within the office, suddenly had to adapt.

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Can Health Councils Plan for a Culture of Health in New Mexico?

November 4, 2020 Comments Off on Can Health Councils Plan for a Culture of Health in New Mexico?

As COVID-19 swept across the country, one of the hardest hit areas were the lands of the Navajo Nation and nearby Native American communities in Northwestern New Mexico. Throughout the … Read more

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“Some of Us Have Never Been Silent”: Race, health and engagement in Southwest Georgia

October 21, 2020 Comments Off on “Some of Us Have Never Been Silent”: Race, health and engagement in Southwest Georgia

Bambie Hayes-Brown has always known three Georgias. “There was “Atlanta,” “Most of Georgia,” and then there was “Southwest Georgia,” she writes in the blog for her organization, Georgia ACT, a … Read more

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Strengthening our systems for engagement—and health—in Indiana

October 6, 2020 Comments Off on Strengthening our systems for engagement—and health—in Indiana

Our systems for engagement are failing to support effective decision-making and problem-solving, and trust between citizens and government is at an all-time low. This is partly because the legal framework … Read more

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Trust + Research: The experience of BeHeard Mile High in amplifying the voices of African Americans in Colorado

September 22, 2020 Comments Off on Trust + Research: The experience of BeHeard Mile High in amplifying the voices of African Americans in Colorado

“You have to have the right people asking the questions,” said Eric Moore of the Center for African American Health (CAA Health). This is one of the central tenets of … Read more

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