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Johnny Magdaleno

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27 November 2019

Salinas, California, United States

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Farm incubators provide aspiring farmers with training, land, and access to business networks. Across the United States, organizations like California’s Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA) are worki...

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Johnny Magdaleno

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8 August 2019

San Martin, California, United States

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In Santa Clara County, California, the Sustainable Agricultural Lands Conservation program is funding an effort to prevent development and bolster agriculture on local farmland. The County, home to Silicon Valley, pur...

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13 August 2018

Fresno, California, United States

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Fresno sits in right in the middle of the Central Valley of California. The region is known for its vast agriculture and farming communities, but to locals, it's also known for its horrid air quality. This is especial...

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13 January 2018

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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Ex-offenders who get re-entry training and job opportunities are significantly less likely to wind up back in jail. A manufacturer called Brick + Board in east Baltimore hires employees with histories of incarceration...

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4 September 2017

San Antonio, Texas, United States

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As San Antonio develops, local groups like the WPA work to preserve cultural heritage along with buildings. Community organization, financing, and legislation are all tools the groups are using to maintain historic co...

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22 May 2017

United States

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Cities are often alone in trying to develop solutions to their problems. The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago developed an app- "The Peer Cities Identification Tool"- that matches cities across the USA with those simil...

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6 March 2017

New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States

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Jail-to-Jobs, a program with one employee, has helped more than 260 formerly incarcerated people find full-time jobs. Created by a district attorney who saw former felons struggling to be considered for openings, the ...

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16 December 2016

Newport, Kentucky, United States

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Research is recognizing that to help women graduate from career programs additional supports and services are needed such as child care, domestic violence aid and emergency cash assistance. Programs, such as The Brigh...

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5 December 2016

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

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Civic leaders and other actors met with Pittsburgh residents and housing developers in order to create a policy brief-Equitable Development: The Path to an All-In Pittsburgh. Information is still being accrued, as the...

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2 December 2016

Memphis, Tennessee, United States

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A just-announced $6 million federal grant will help end poverty in Memphis, Tennessee.

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30 November 2016

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

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As major manufacturers keep "pulling the rug" from under urban areas, low skilled job loss increases. Nevertheless, small-scale businesses have instrumental in their ability to counteract job loss in improvised urban ...

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29 November 2016

United States

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Hospitals in the United States spend over $340 billion on health services, but with those funds, they could also help the numerous neighborhoods struggling with poverty. The Democracy Collaborative is a research ce...

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11 November 2016

Los Angeles, California, United States

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The Los Angeles Metro service is working to use the U.S. Employment Plan model to upgrade its fleet with eco-friendly buses. Through this model, the manufacturers who invest in and hire disadvantaged workers and suppo...

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5 October 2016

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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Albuquerque, New Mexico, has the second highest unemployment rate in the country. To solve this problem, the Healthy Neighborhoods Albuquerque, a city wide initiative was formed. Their strategy is to train, hire and b...

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19 September 2016

Tijuana, Mexico

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The city of Tijuana, situated at the border with the United States, uses an inefficient and expensive transportation system that relies on private drivers. However, with the help of multiple stakeholders, a new public...

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19 September 2016

Rapid City, South Dakota, United States

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In Rapid City, South Dakota, talking about money is taboo among Native American families. To help improve their financial situations Black Hills Community Loan Fund offers financial literacy classes. The organization ...

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16 September 2016

San Jose, California, United States

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In San Jose, manufacturing jobs can help reduce the economic inequalities in the region. Youth from marginalized communities are being recruited to join a high tech manufacturing job with the potential for career adva...

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16 August 2016

Berkeley, California, United States

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Wage theft is a widespread issue in the construction industry in California with few cases successfully resolved and costing state taxpayers $8.5 billion a year. In Berkeley, an ordinance was introduced in order to sh...

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5 August 2016

Detroit, Michigan, United States

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Windsor, Ontario has a similar economic industry as its neighbor Detroit Michigan; however, Detroit has substantial low-income Black communities compared with Windsor. The Movement for Black Lives has created a six-pi...

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3 August 2016

Boyle Heights, California, United States

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Although the Hispanic population accounts for about 20% of the U.S. population, many of those communities are still under- or un-banked. To overcome this issue, local credit unions are adapting the way they are reachi...

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1 August 2016

Oakland, California, United States

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Low wage workers are very likely to have their rights violated. To support them in an accessible and efficient way WorkersReport was created as an app to help workers report and track violations as well as get in touc...

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22 July 2016

San Diego, California, United States

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The poorest are the ones living in the most unhealthy neighbourhoods where air particles are more detrimental. The Climate Action Plan is dedicated to using cleantech while also using this as an opportunity for job cr...

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