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Improving Social Equity as Neighborhoods Change: An Expert Dialogue

Neighborhoods are constantly changing as residents come and go, businesses open and close, and properties go up or come down. No place is the same for long. When community changes are widespread or…

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The Role of Residential Moves and Environment on Obesity Risk

As obesity rates increase in the United States, how much does the local context matter? In a study published in Health & Place, Antwan Jones examines the relationship between childhood…

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Mental Health’s Strong Association with Housing and Neighborhoods

Mental health varies with housing and neighborhood quality, according to research by authors in the Journal of Urban Health. The study used data on 385 Latino adults in the Bronx, New York, all of…

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Can Neighborhood Amenities Bridge Divided Communities?

By Maya Brennan
The communities, daily lives, and economic opportunities of American households reflect the inequalities evident in national data. Through market mechanisms, income inequality—and…

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Neighborhoods Matter

Our neighborhoods, in many ways, define our opportunities, according to cutting-edge research from the Equality of Opportunity project. Raj Chetty and Nathaniel Hendren studied data on more than 5…

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