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What does 'Jumanji' have to do with advocacy?

What does 'Jumanji' have to do with advocacy?

Sean Ullman April 22, 2021

The chief operations and chief revenue officer at Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America calls for public support for two pieces of veterans-related legislation related to veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxic exposures....

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WE-Making: How Arts & Culture Unite People to Work Toward Community Well-Being
April 20, 2021
Place-based arts and cultural practices, also known as creative placemaking, can help foster social cohesion, which in turn promotes community well-being, a report from Metris Arts Consulting, in partnership with PolicyLink and the University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine, finds. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and the...
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5 Questions for…

Helene Gayle, President and CEO, Chicago Community Trust

Helene Gayle, President and CEO, Chicago Community Trust

March 29, 2021

PND spoke with Chicago Community Trust president and CEO Helene Gayle about the initiative, some of the lessons we've learned from the pandemic, and what the trust is doing to ensure a more equitable post-pandemic recovery in Chicago and beyond....

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Austin Disaster Relief Network

Austin Disaster Relief Network

April 20, 2021

The Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) comprises nearly two hundred churches and thousands of trained volunteers who work to provide immediate assistance to those in need and repair/rebuild survivors' homes after a disaster....

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Philanthropy in India
April 15, 2021

Created by Candid, the portal provides a comprehensive snapshot of philanthropy in India based on currently available data....

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