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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…

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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…

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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…

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