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  • The CREATE Initiative: research at the intersection of environment and equity

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The CREATE Initiative: research at the intersection of environment and equity

Bonnie Keeler, assistant professor in the science, technology, and environmental policy area at the Humphrey School of P...
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  • The CREATE Initiative policy toolkit: Sharing in the Benefits of a Greening City

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The CREATE Initiative policy toolkit: Sharing in the Benefits of a Greening City

"What are ways that we can envision greening as a way to create a more equitable and just world?" The CREATE Initiative,...
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  • Access to paid family and medical leave in rural Minnesota

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Access to paid family and medical leave in rural Minnesota

Providing access to paid family and medical leave is especially important in rural areas of Minnesota according to a new...
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  • The geography of poverty in America

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The geography of poverty in America

"Poverty problems are problems for everybody," says Scott W. Allard, Daniel J. Evans Endowed Professor of Social Policy ...
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  • Coordinated education programs for children and parents

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Coordinated education programs for children and parents

"One of the biggest determinants of the outcomes of any individual is their level of education and income," says Teresa ...
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  • Abortion reform under Latin America’s leftist governments

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Abortion reform under Latin America’s leftist governments

Research in the United States and Europe has found that when leftist governments come to power there tends to be a liber...
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  • Violence and restraint: making strategic decisions during civil war

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Violence and restraint: making strategic decisions during civil war

Does civil war always lead to violence against civilians? The short answer is no, according to Jessica Stanton, an assoc...
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  • Critical investments: financing urban and rural infrastructure

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Critical investments: financing urban and rural infrastructure

Infrastructure is not often at the forefront of policy discussions until something goes wrong, says Jerry Zhao, associat...
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  • Navigating work-life conflict

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Navigating work-life conflict

In this video Carrie Oelberger, assistant professor at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, discusses work-life confli...
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  • Economic impacts of US immigration policies

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Economic impacts of US immigration policies

"Impeding the path of immigrants—throwing up roadblocks that allow immigrants to come to the United States—is going ...
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  • Sex trafficking and community wellbeing

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  • Examining racially concentrated areas of affluence

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Examining racially concentrated areas of affluence

Contemporary federal housing policy in the United States has largely focused on racially segregated areas with high leve...
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