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2014

2014EmploymentFair Credit/Fair HousingOpportunity Communities

Strengthening the Pine Ridge Economy: A Regional Equity and Opportunity Assessment

Download The Pine Ridge reservation sits within a broader regional economic context, whose primary sectors include tourism, agriculture, manufacturing, and retail. The Pine Ridge Reservation and the Rapid City Metropolitan area are interdependent economies that, to date, channel many economic benefits off-reservation. This Equity and Opportunity Assessment identifies key strategies to create greater vibrancy and … Continue reading »

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2014Opportunity Communities

Social Capital and Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization on Columbus’ Southside

Download or View The Full Report The energy building on the Southside is palpable. There is not one corner of the community that is not seeing some form of investment—from the Reeb redevelopment at the south end, to the Nationwide Children’s housing initiative at the north end, change is happening. It’s an exciting time to … Continue reading »

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2014Fair Credit/Fair Housing

Implementing the Fair Housing and Equity Assessment: Advancing Opportunity Through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit

Download The Fair Housing Equity Assessment (FHEA) represents a new opportunity for regional and local agencies to be more strategic with their resources to advance goals of investing in high-poverty communities while ensuring that more low-income people and families have expanded mobility to neighborhoods of high opportunity. Achieving these goals at a regional scale will … Continue reading »

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2014Health

Greater Columbus Infant Mortality Task Force: Final Report

Download the full report (PDF) Infant mortality rates are a globally accepted measure of a community’s well-being. And, while Columbus is widely considered to be one of our nation’s more prosperous, well-educated and progressive communities, we have one of the highest infant mortality rates in the country. Consider: Every week in Franklin County, more than … Continue reading »

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2014EducationImplicit Bias

Implicit Bias in School Discipline

Visit Webpage  This webpage features Kirwan Institute research on racialized discipline disparities in K–12 public education. Understanding these disparities, particularly in disciplinary actions that exclude students from school, is crucial, as students who are “pushed out” of the classroom are denied educational opportunities. This research seeks to shed light on racialized discipline disparities and disrupt … Continue reading »

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