CEOs For Cities

Educational attainment can lead to greater community prosperity

Research by CEO’s for Cities shows a clear relationship between the rate of folks in urban areas who get a college degree and the economic prosperity in each of these city centers. This is an argument for education that is actually a bit different than I’m used to. That urban communities can develop in part […]

Food, Race, and the Importance of Intersections

Over the summer the Applied Research Center (Racial Justice Through Research, Media, and Action) released their report on the intersections between food justice and racial and economic equity. ARC collected data and made comparisons about the realities of both food insecurities and economic insecurities with regard to race in an attempt to answer the questions. […]