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Using Brain Science to Recognize and Manage Stress – Part 1

Jon Wortmann, author, trainer and minister, identifies 5 ways that we can make sure the alarm signals in our brain are ready to serve us and keep us safe without getting stuck in a place of stress, anxiety and fear.

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Partnering to End Homelessness

United Way of Central Ma President and CEO, Tim Garvin offers 5 ways that together we can redefine and reimagine social progress.

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Social Networking to End Poverty

Crittenton Women’s Union Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Mary Coleman describes how toxic stress affects decision making among the poor, and outlines the goals/ success of the Crittenton Mobile Mentoring Program.

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5 questions every presidential candidate should answer on poverty

Any serious discussion among 2016 presidential candidates must address the issues facing low-income Americans. Despite the paucity and poor quality of our available data, there are certain facts about domestic need which any president should understand, and certain leadership questions that each candidate should be able to answer. Here are five: 1) How has the government’s […]

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Addressing poverty requires holistic approach

The lives of low-income single mothers are complicated to say the least, and the US government does not provide clear, supportive paths toward economic independence. However, understanding the challenge in all its complexity means that we can also generate solutions. The solutions are necessarily complex and fly in the face of the familiar mantras of […]

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AEI / Brookings Institute “Consensus Plan for Reducing Poverty and Restoring the American Dream”

“As America recovers slowly from the Great Recession, many of our fellow citizens remain mired in poverty. Economic trends, cultural changes, and changes in family and marriage patterns are combining in new ways that make it harder for those born on the bottom rungs of the economic ladder to lift themselves up. Poverty is changing, […]

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