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Read Our National Public Health Week Guest Blog
As we mark National Public Health Week, we would like to share our latest Guest Blog post, “Weighing In: Toward a New Era of Obesity Reform,” by Antwan Jones, Ph.D., of The George Washington University. Dr. Jones specializes in issues relating to race/ethnicity, social class, and health. He is an alumnus of the RWJF New Connections program, for which Equal Measure serves as National Program Office.
From the Field
AFI Resource Guide: Building Financial Capability- A Planning Guide for Integrated Services
April is Financial Literacy Month! This resource, from CFED and the U.S. Department Health and Human Services, Office for the Administration of Children & Families, is an interactive guide for community-based organizations interested in integrating financial capability services into existing programs (e.g. housing, job training, or Head Start).
- Equal Measure is hiring! View our Consultant, Evaluation posting here: http://t.co/B6uyssMnZY
- Via @nytimes, Overcoming Poverty’s Damage to Learning http://t.co/LfYWKpBZCJ
- New program in Boston will give low-income college students alternative to unpaid internships, via @SSIReview http://t.co/mf93EKOZoJ
- Keynote from @readyby21 conf- Helping All of America's Young People Get Ready: A National Priority #MyBrothersKeeper https://t.co/A5UsuvfjMc