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Our Latest Blog Post - Old Gumbo Warmed Over, or Refreshed Social Change Trends?
In this blog post, Equal Measure president Meg Long shares her thoughts on whether place-based investing has evolved to meet the realities of our nation’s shifting demographics and most pressing social issues.
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Insightful reports from International Center for Leadership in Education urge aligning educational focus on instructional excellence.
- Poverty's most insidious damage is to a child's brain. | Via @ScienceDaily http://t.co/B1smT25tnV @WUSTL @JAMAPeds
- Americans Are Finally Eating Less -milestone in reducing #healthdisparities http://t.co/mE6Hgy4yKV by @sangerkatz | Via @nytimes @UpShotNYT
- Excellent post by @bittman ‘Wage Justice Is on the Menu’ http://t.co/C2y9pOvuWj | Via @Cal & @nytimes
- Meg Long on Place-based Investing https://t.co/dr397cnDUS | @CIForumTweets @AspenInstitute http://t.co/oRm5lB2rXG