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Learning and growing: Lessons learned in financial education

Community Investments , Volume 21 , Issue Sum

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Starting a Business as a Veteran Entrepreneur After Service

Veteran Paul Greive decided to go into business for himself following his military service. Here, Greive talks about his goals for his business, a small family farm in Southern California, and explains how the skills, teamwork, and grit of a military experience can be of benefit to veterans interested in starting up a small business after service.
Community Investments , Issue 03

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Community development and education: a shared future

An examination of the intersection between education and community development and how cross-sectoral efforts can improve achievement among low-income students.
Community Investments , Volume 24 , Issue Sum

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Equipping communities to achieve equitable transit-oriented development

Though transit-oriented development (TOD) is uniquely positioned to benefit low- and moderate-income (LMI) communities, most TOD projects do not focus on the interests of LMI communities and in some cases have dramatically disrupted low-income neighborhoods. However, there are several tools and strategies that can help mitigate the potential negative impacts of TOD and maximize benefits for LMI communities. This article examines Denver's TOD fund, Oakland CA's Fruitvale Village, and Longfellow Station in Minneapolis, MN, highlighting the equity provisions built into each model.
Community Investments , Volume 22 , Issue Summer

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Ties that bind: income inequality and income segregation

Widening inequality is experienced not at the national level, but rather on a community by community basis. Learn about income inequality and its relationship to income segregation.
Community Investments , Volume 23 , Issue Fall

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Veterans Giving Back to Their Communities: The Importance of Getting Involved

Kristina Enriquez discusses how community service and participation helped her to readjust to life after service as a young veteran, and explains the benefits veterans can reap from working with one another and their larger communities. Enriquez also shares her experience as a fellow with The Mission Continues working with homeless veterans in Orange County, California.
Community Investments , Issue 03

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An apple or a donut? How behavioral economics can improve our understanding of consumer choices

Community Investments , Volume 21 , Issue Sum

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Community Investments Vol 25, Issue 2: CI Notebook

In this issue of Community Investments, we look at a selection of Native initiatives across the country that illustrates the effectiveness and forward momentum of these efforts. We learn how Native communities are partnering with federal agencies to build and support sustainable housing in Indian Country, and establish modern water and sewer systems for remote Native communities in Alaska. The articles also examine a community-based health worker initiative that extends culturally-sensitive health care to the farthest reaches of Navajo Nation, and a Native Hawaiian financial education program ...
Community Investments , Issue 02

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Innovations in housing policy : the evolving role of local government

Community Investments , Volume 17 , Issue Sep

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Financial access for immigrants: the challenges and opportunities facing U.S. depository institutions

Community Investments , Volume 18 , Issue Oct

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