Monthly Archives: November 2013

This Thanksgiving, cuts to food assistance hit families hard

As we prepare for Thanksgiving, food banks are bracing for unprecedented demand due to cuts in food assistance for the most vulnerable in society.

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This Week in Community Development

First with the discouraging and then with the encouraging. (we like to focus on the positive) In disheartening news, this week’s reading offered major scrutiny of American policies and court decisions for exacerbating problems for marginalized citizens. However, leaders promise change, and innovative … Continue reading

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Lighting the World with Solar

If you follow our work, or our blog, I’m sure you’ve noticed that we at Praxia Partners have thrown our full support into the idea of renewable energy- solar in particular- being a key to many solutions for community issues. … Continue reading

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Spotlight on veterans’ jobs

This week, we celebrated Veterans Day. Today, we take a closer look at the challenges– and opportunities– for returning vets.

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Podcasting for social justice: My top 9

Podcasting is the new broadcasting. Find out how this new media delivers fresh content about social justice and environmentalism, plus, I recommend a few faves.

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This Week in Community Development

Experts at Renewable Energy World, discuss Midwestern solar policies this week, while Governor Kasich did a (welcomed) 180 on the social safety net. On top of all that, there is a glimmer of hope for a bipartisan solution to our … Continue reading

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