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Research from Duke University’s Center for Child and Family Policy reveals low-income boys fare worse, not better, when growing up in mixed-income neighborhoods. For more Duke News every day, visit Duke Today. Website: http://duke.edu YouTube: http://youtube.com/Duke Google+: http://plus.google.com/+dukeuniversit... Facebook: http://facebook.com/DukeUniv Twitter: http://twitter.com/DukeU Instagram: http://instagram.com/dukeuniversity Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/dukeuniversity
Dan Rosensweig is the President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville in Central Virginia. Habitat is currently working to transform the 1,500-resident Southwood Mobile Home Park into a mixed-use, mixed-income community – this is the first development of this scale in our nation that is being executed with a commitment to non-displacement of residents. #Habitat #Charlottesville #mixedincome #mobilehome #whatif Dan has been the director of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville since February 2009. In 2011, Dan spearheaded the affiliate’s completion of Sunrise, the first trailer park transformation in the nation without resident displacement. Under Dan’s leadership, the affiliate is committed to building mixed-income, generationally and demographically div...
Now new footage has emerged revealing the harsh conditions under which civilians displaced in South Sudan's have endured for nearly two years now. The difficulties are compounded by ethnic rivalries that face members of different ethnic groupings seeking refuge at the UN protected camps. As Maria Galang reports, in one such camp the UN has had to form a police force to make sure that the rivalries do not degenerate to violence
This video is about Flags in mixed communities
Showcasing the impact of USAID Advancing Kosovo Together (AKT) Prime activities that foster positive and constructive inter-ethnic cooperation in addressing common problems of unemployment, social needs, and municipal services in 16 AKT partner municipalities in Kosovo in a series of seven video features and one 15-minute long documentary.
David Fink is the staff director of the HOMEConnecticut campaign which is charting solutions to the shortage of housing affordable to workers, young professionals, families and others across the state. David also coordinates outreach and education activities. He has testified before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee and the Connecticut General Assembly on how housing creation relates to transportation policy and community development, and has spoken at conferences and written extensively on developing community support and strategic communications. David comes to the housing field from the worlds of journalism and government. He spent 25 years as a newspaper reporter, editor and opinion writer for five newspapers, including USA Today, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Boston Herald-Americ...
This is my final project from Ethnocommunications (Asian Am 107A)
Dr. Young Juhn, a Professor of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, shares results of his study appearing in the May 2016 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, where he describes an assessment tool (HOUSES) developed to measure the effect of socioeconomic status in a mixed population on health outcomes on five major diseases. He found that although disparities in the assessed health outcomes affect people with all ethnic backgrounds, populations with lower socioeconomic status are most vulnerable. Available at: http://tinyurl.com/h2a2tcl
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A 2008 CWRU State of the University Address featured Mandel School Professor Mark Joseph explaining his work with mixed income housing. The video was filmed in Tremont, a Cleveland neighborhood. In 2013, Dr. Joseph founded the National Initiative on Mixed Income Communities: http://nimc.case.edu
A look at the fishermen of Negombo who continue to live and thrive as mixed communities despite inevitable challenges to harmonious coexistence due to the ongoing conflict.
How do you feel about people with different skin colour, religion and culture living in your country? What do you think about being yourself in a foreign country? Do you think there is a good moment to travel and meet different people, to work abroad, to accept new immigrants in our countries? How proud do you feel about your origins and your country? How connected do you consider you are with, let's say, people leaving 200 years ago in your very country? ********************************************************************* ¿Qué sientes sobre gente con diferente color de piel, religión y cultura viviendo en tu país? ¿Qué piensas sobre vivir tú mismo en un país extranjero? ¿Crees que es un buen momento para viajar y conocer a gente distinta, para trabajar en el extranjero, para acceptar nue...