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  • February 28, 2017 | The Seattle Times

    States need environmental agendas based on social justice

    The National Equity Atlas illustrates that air-pollution exposure in the Asian Pacific Islander population is 34 points worse than it is for the white population in Washington state. The University of Southern California Program for Environmental and Regional Equity report, The Climate Gap,...

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  • February 15, 2017 | http://spotlightonpoverty.org/spotlight-exclusives/race-place-jobs-reducing-employment-inequality-americas-metros/

    Race, Place, and Jobs: Reducing Employment Inequality in America’s Metros

    How to connect unemployed and under-employed workers of color to jobs in growing industries and industries with retiring baby boomers is a key question for Pittsburgh, but the region is far from alone. The Georgetown Center for Education and the Workforce estimates that that by 2020 there will...

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  • February 15, 2017 | Spotlight on Poverty and Opporunity

    Race, Place, and Jobs: Reducing Employment Inequality in America’s Metros

    How to connect unemployed and under-employed workers of color to jobs in growing industries and industries with retiring baby boomers is a key question for Pittsburgh, but the region is far from alone. The Georgetown Center for Education and the Workforce estimates that that by 2020 there will...

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  • December 30, 2016 | The Washington Post

    Where you live can have a lot to say about your health

    Health disparities based on race, income and gender tend to draw more notice, but variations related to where people live are prompting public health officials to use the information to craft more-targeted policies. As the data becomes more precise, experts believe interventions to combat...

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