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Weekly Reader – July 8, 2019

What we’re reading and recommending this week. Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. Advancing Equity in Health Systems by Addressing Racial Justice (Amy Reid, Santiago Nariño, Hema Magge, and Angelina Sassi, SSIR) Lessons on racial equity underscore the need to set explicit aims, build coalitions, and flatten hierarchies in order to strengthen healthcare’s role in … Continued

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Weekly Reader – July 1, 2019

What we’re reading and recommending this week. Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. Pay for Success Faces a Funding Gap (Mary Margaret Frank and Stefano Rumi, SSIR) Efforts to increase funding for Pay for Success must embrace how risk affects the expectation of returns to attract capital from the appropriate investors. Why Your Hard Work … Continued

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Fend Off Post-Summer Panic Before It Even Starts

Summer is upon us, and while you might be dreaming of sunny beaches and lazy summer days, you might also feel anxious about the progress you have not yet made during the first half of the year. Wasn’t it just January when you were making plans to change the world? And here we are at … Continued

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Weekly Reader – June 24, 2019

What we’re reading and recommending this week. Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. How to Use Stories to Bring ‘Us’ and ‘Them’ Together (Annie Neimand and Samantha Wright, SSIR) To build more inclusive movements, social advocacy organizations and activists need to create stories that can engage both familiar and new communities. Putting Communities in the … Continued

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Weekly Reader – June 17, 2019

What we’re reading and recommending this week. Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. Creating New Pathways to Capital (Robin Brulé and Alvin Warren, SSIR) Inequity continues to plague the lending industry, but a microlending program in New Mexico has created a solution that is providing underserved communities the capital they need. Four Questions DAF Holders … Continued