We are big fans of this recent opinion piece in the New York Times that outlines why making change at the neighborhood level is a strategic approach. Check it our here! From the article, It could be that the neighborhood, not the individual, is the essential unit of social change. If you’re trying to improve … Continue reading Neighborhoods Matter
Breanna spoke at The Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority (FDHA) 7th Annual Health Summit on Saturday, September 15, 2018, as part of the Healthy Communities Day at the Loudermilk Center downtown. Breanna led a panel discussion about social determinants titled, "What's In Your Backyard?" She shared the Virginia Commonwealth University data on life expectancy gaps in the City … Continue reading FDHA Annual Health Summit
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