Community Commons has a new feature! The Priority Populations Channel offers exploration avenues that represent diverse groups, communities, demographics, identities, statuses, and lived experiences. It connects users directly with populations of interest, lifts up important underserved populations and related resources, and helps root our work in equity and justice. Explore 1,000+ newly curated resources, organized by important categories like race, ethnicity, gender, orientation, age, and disability.


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Brain Health

The brain is the most complex organ in the human body and arguably the most important. It initiates body movement, processes sensory input, controls behavior, and houses thoughts and memories. Brain diseases and dysfunctions, like stroke or Alzheimer's disease, can be devastating to an individual’s well-being and quality of life. Learn more about brain health and explore dozens of newly-curated resources on this important topic.


Updated! Campus Well-Being Library

This Library helps changemakers cultivate opportunities for thriving on their campuses and see their roles as stewards across a set of vital campus conditions. It offers a starting point for campus stakeholders to advance equitable well-being by connecting users with information and tools for cultivating shared stewardship, responding to COVID-19, and co-creating new legacies of dignity and inclusion. Explore dozens of updated resources.


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28 Organizations Promoting Indigenous Food Sovereignty

The world’s Indigenous Peoples face severe and disproportionate rates of food insecurity. Through rematriation, where land, animals, plants, ideas and ways of doing things and living are purposefully returned to their original natural context, these organizations strive to return Indigenous lands, seeds, foods, and histories to Indigenous Peoples. Learn more about protecting Indigenous food systems now and for future generations.


The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together

In this video, Heather McGhee shows how inequality saps the economy, hierarchies damage public health, and short term greed wreaks havoc on the ecosystem. McGhee also talks the American Rescue Plan and refilling the “drained pool of public goods". Learn more about what you can do to uproot zero-sum thinking and embed a different set of values in your community.


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Mapping Race and Housing Segregation in America | Technical Guide

The Othering and Belonging Institute has created a sophisticated tool for representing race and residential segregation in the United States. This guide explains the tool's key components in order to help you most effectively use the map. Watch now and learn more about the roots of structural racism and how it manifests today.


S1 E4: Capturing the Community Voices Behind the Data

Join host Peter Eckart and Jodi Hardin, Co-Executive Director of Civic Canopy, as they discuss their multi-sector collaboration focusing on children and families in East Denver and how they utilize data to meet their goals. Listen now to learn more about harnessing community member and partner perspectives and moving from talk to action around measures, indicators, and data-informed decision-making.


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Intro to Traumatic Stress


New Topic: Hispanic and Latinx People


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