Community Commons has a new Health Equity Library! The BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Health Equity Library seeks to advance equitable health outcomes for BIPOC by sharing relevant resources that represent diverse groups, communities, demographics, identities, statuses, and people with lived experiences. Focused on building capacity for changemakers to advance equity in priority populations, users can explore 300+ newly-curated resources and stories focused on BIPOC health equity. 


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Youth, Young Adults, and Digital Abuse

59% of all U.S. teens have been bullied or harassed online. Digital abuse affects young people from all racial and ethnic backgrounds, genders, orientations. Beginning to be considered an Adverse Childhood Experience, digital abuse can cause toxic stress, pre-traumatic stress, traumatic stress, and long-term impacts from trauma for both survivors and perpetrators. Click below to learn more and browse dozens of newly curated resources.


WIN Week!

The WIN Network invites you to a virtual convening from October 24th to October 28th, 2022, titled: How Might We Sharpen Movement Strategy for Lasting Change? This WIN Week celebrates 3 years of advancing intergenerational well-being and equity and working strategically together to lay the groundwork for the next 30! Learn more about the history and work of the WIN Network and register for a week's worth of programs and sessions.


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Equitable Economies Brief: Green Jobs Contribute to a Well-Being Economy

Green jobs are those that produce goods or services that help to keep a healthy environment, make a business more environmentally friendly, and/or support the natural world and well-being. Green jobs can advance more equitable economies and produce meaningful work that promotes community health and well-being. Learn more about making more equitable, well-being economies through policy and explore dozens of related resources.


Health Equity Guiding Principles for Inclusive Communication

Addressing all people inclusively and respectfully is an important aspect of health equity. These guiding principles are intended to help public health professionals, particularly health communicators, ensure their communication products and strategies adapt to the specific cultural, linguistic, environmental, and historical situation of each population or audience of focus. Read on to learn more about best practices and how to incorporate them into your organization.


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Black Wealth Data Center

Actionable data is essential for policymaking and investment decisions that grow Black wealth. The Black Wealth Data Center intends to drive nonpartisan, evidence-based decisions with the comprehensive data necessary to unlock innovation. Learn more and explore resources, information, and data on education, employment, business ownership, and homeownership, among other topics, through a racial equity lens.


IP3 Blog: Understanding & Interpreting Population Health Measures

Population health measures give us the information we need to assess and improve community health. They help us answer the questions we have about communities by quantifying health and well-being outcomes, community conditions, and other factors. Read more to learn about different measure types and how they can be used to glean key takeaways and implications for future work to advance community well-being.


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