How can mixed-income community interventions best be used as a lever to create equitable, healthy places to live? How can mixed-income community efforts cultivate an inclusive community where everyone feels they belong and can thrive?
Our June 4th Network Commons sought to answer these questions with the help of experts from the Mixed-Income Strategic Alliance including National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities at Case Western Reserve University and The Center for the Study of Social Policy.
The Network’s Executive Director, Dr. Douglas Jutte, moderated a rich discussion with three experts:
- Joni Hirsch, Mixed-Income Strategic Alliance and The Center for the Study of Social Policy
- Mark Joseph, National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities at Case Western Reserve University
- Emily Miller, National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities at Case Western Reserve University
Rewatch the event
Missed the event or need a refresher on our speakers’ practical tips? Check out this video recording of the June 4 event on the Build Healthy Places Network’s YouTube channel.
Check out these resources to learn more about the organization’s profiled in this event:
- Mixed-Income Community Interventions and Health report: Mixed-Income Communities as a Strategic Lever to Impact Health Equity: Lessons from the Field and Implications for Strategy and Investment
- Resources: Mixed-Income Must-Read Articles
- Featured site report: San Francisco’s HOPE SF Initiative
- Report: Promoting Inclusive Social Dynamics in Mixed-Income Communities: Promising Practices
- Partner: Trusted Space Partners’ Frankie Blackburn and Bill Traynor provided essential support and guidance to the Alliance
Continue the conversation
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