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The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare many inequities caused and perpetuated by systemic racism. As the pandemic continues, local entities, such as community organizations, research institutes, and government agencies, should understand not…

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The pandemic forced many local organizations to figure out how to connect virtually with their communities and to continue, or expand, their work. Para Los Niños…

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Food insecurity has been an increasingly urgent challenge for the Houston region, especially during recent crises like Hurricane Harvey, the COVID-19 pandemic, and Winter Storm Uri. Urban Harvest, a nonprofit seeking to…

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Childcare is essential for supporting working parents and rebooting the economy. A unique collaboration in Cleveland uncovered how COVID-19 affected the health and sustainability of the region’s childcare system and provided new…

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Collecting primary data is key to understanding the world, but survey response rates have been declining in recent years. Non-profits rely on the data that come from these surveys to better understand their constituencies. Crises intensify…

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During this challenging year, philanthropy has taken critical steps to mobilize and deploy resources outside of traditional grantmaking. For example, more than 640 funders signed a to streamline their grantmaking processes and…

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Small businesses employ of workers across the country, and many are the retail and service businesses most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. From February to April, the number of active small business owners dropped…

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The COVID-19 pandemic and the killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and other Black Americans at the hands of police have laid bare the life-and-death racial inequities that have long characterized life in America. …

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What do neighborhood residents think is the best way to engage with data about health conditions associated with COVID-19? …

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