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Equity Watch

By Stephen Sills / January 20, 2023 / Comments Off on Equity Watch

Housing  Health  Small Business & Economic Development  Education  To download a PDF of the issue of Equity Watch, click HERE

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In the News

By Stephen Sills / November 22, 2022 / Comments Off on In the News

November 4 – November 18 Housing Equity Health Equity Economic Development Educational Equity

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In the News

By Stephen Sills / November 9, 2022 / Comments Off on In the News

October 21 – November 4 Housing Equity: Fayetteville City Council approves $450,000 plan for adding affordable housing in Murchison Corridor, entering next phase: The Fayetteville City Council on Monday unanimously…

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Reflections from ENC 22 – An interview with Talitha Batts

By Stephen Sills / August 30, 2022 / Comments Off on Reflections from ENC 22 – An interview with Talitha Batts

An interview with Talitha Batts, Director of Advocacy at the The Research, Policy and Impact Center of the National Institute of Minority Economic Development conducted by WNCU during the Executive…

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FHHP RELEASES NEW STUDY THAT EXAMINES SOCIAL DRIVERS OF HEALTH IN HIGH POINT

By Stephen Sills / July 28, 2022 / Comments Off on FHHP RELEASES NEW STUDY THAT EXAMINES SOCIAL DRIVERS OF HEALTH IN HIGH POINT

The Foundation for a Healthy High Point has released a new study highlighting summary data on health and economic disparities. The study shares new recommendations to help alleviate social and financial…

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A poster on current and proposed efforts for African American Home ownership

Current & Proposed Efforts for Improving African American Homeownership

By Stephen Sills / June 17, 2022 / Comments Off on Current & Proposed Efforts for Improving African American Homeownership

Rather than narrowing, the gap in homeownership rates by race has grown steadily over the last century. In 1900, the gap between white and Black homeownership was 27.6%, that gap…

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