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Feb
25

A Little Policy for Not-So-Little Change

“Policy change” can seem intimidating and hard to achieve. Some folks feel like policy issues should be left to political officials, administrators or scholars, while others who are seeking change ...

Feb
18

Less Fluff, Healthier Stuff: Adopt Healthy Vending Policies

I recently had the privilege of attending the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)’s kick-off meeting to announce its new $500 million investment to help all children grow up at a ...

Feb
11

Perspectives on the Power of Policy for Health

She’s a Boomer, he’s a Millennial. She was born and raised in rural Robeson County, NC; he grew up in Southwest Houston, TX. She’s a Lumbee Indian, the largest tribe ...

Feb
04

Looking Back to Move Forward

This year, Martin Luther King Day fell on the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act and after months of nationwide protest over police killings of unarmed black men and ...

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