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This report tracks 19 indicators related to climate change and health in Connecticut. Its purpose is to
inform policymakers, health professionals, advocates, and residents about the impact of climate change, now
and in the future, on human health in Connecticut. The indicators have been developed using publicly available
data from state and federal agencies, peer-reviewed literature, and medical associations. Where possible,
we directly track trends…
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New Haven Physician and Community Foundation for Greater New Haven Vice-Chair , Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, is prioritizing health equity from the White House
Source: NBCNews website
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This article was published online on February 11, 2021.
you were born on July 9, 1964, in Greenwood, Mississippi, delivered into the cradle of white supremacy. Listening to the stories of terror and hope woven into the story of your birth used to frighten me. The year before you entered the world, white supremacists were blocking food aid to Greenwood, trying to starve Black…Continue
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Northern Correctional Institution, the state’s controversial “supermax” prison located in Somers, will close by July 1, sources said Monday.
The closure is not a surprise...
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This article comes from the winter 2020 edition of the Nonprofit Quarterly.
History has proven that, in the absence of grassroots advocacy, policy can have significant, long-lasting destructive effects, especially on marginalized, disenfranchised communities. Nonprofits are well positioned to offer solutions and policies that address the spectrum of challenges our society faces—and in the current environment, it is imperative that nonprofits engage in policy…Continue
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This article comes from the winter 2020 edition of the Nonprofit Quarterly as part of an article series on “America’s healthcare crisis.”
The Nonprofit Quarterly recently sat down with Dr. Willarda V. Edwards, who has been helping to spearhead an effort inside the House of Delegates at the American Medical Association (AMA) to reorient the organization around antiracist principles. This has resulted in a…Continue
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To stop the spread of COVID-19, Connecticut needs everyone to do…Continue
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Monday, October 26, 2020
Brookings Institute Blog: Place Making Post Cards
The economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed both the fragility of our…Continue
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20 assorted office chairs, free for the taking - one, some, or all. New/good condition. Close to New Haven. Contact Jackie Downing at email@example.com if interested.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) took has unprecedented action on September 1 by issuing a temporary national moratorium on most evictions for nonpayment of rent to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Citing the historic threat to public health posed by coronavirus, the CDC declared that an eviction moratorium would help ensure people are able to practice social distancing and comply with stay at home orders. The moratorium took effect September 4 and last until…Continue
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People with disabilities are — first and foremost — people. People with disabilities are people who have individual abilities, interests and needs. For the most part, they are ordinary individuals seeking to live ordinary lives. People with disabilities are moms, dads, sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, friends, neighbors, coworkers, students and teachers. About 54 million Americans — one out of every five individuals — have a disability. Their contributions enrich our communities…Continue
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Below are dates, times and locations for FREE COVID testing in New Haven.
By Galina Angarova
Sain Bainaa, Hundete Nuheduut/ Greetings dear friends. My name is Galina Angarova and I come from the Ekhirit Nation of the Buryat Peoples in Siberia. I was born and raised in a traditional community where storytelling, ceremonies, communicating with the land and our ancestors was part of our daily lives. Before my work in philanthropy and fundraising, I was an on-the-ground organizer who relied on philanthropy to resource…
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