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In a South Carolina Community, Trust Lays the Foundation for Successful Covid-19 Vaccine Campaign

by Tony Thomas and Michael Williamson

Economics

Communities’ Job Losses Signal Mix of Optimism and Uncertainty for Post-Covid Economy

by Dante Chinni

Environment

Americans More Concerned About Climate Change Than Ever

by Ari Pinkus

Environment

Leveraging Data and Community to Teach Urban Youth About the Environment

by Michael Pope

Environment

Mapping Climate Risks by County and Community

by Ari Pinkus

Health

A Year After Covid-19’s Arrival, Sparsely Populated Communities Have Highest Case Rates

by Dante Chinni

Culture

In Florida’s Graying America, a Call to Attend to Infrastructure and Communication

by John Drury

Culture

In Arizona’s Maricopa County, Awakening After a Winter of Discontent

by Annie Ansell

Culture

Michigan Urban Suburb Is Yearning for Healing, Trust, and Covid Funds

by Wayman P. Britt

Health

Primary Care Is Key to Reversing Covid-Related Suicide, Overdose Trends

by Andy Keller

Politics

Final Presidential Results Show Substantial Shifts in Exurbs, Hispanic Centers, and Military Posts

by Dante Chinni

Culture

College Student’s New Spin on Hometown Traditions in This Unusual Holiday Season

by Macy McClintock

Food

In the Pandemic, Columbia Gorge’s Food System Mobilizes for Farmworkers and Native Americans

by Sarah Sullivan

Food

The Rise of Food Co-ops in Big City Communities of Color

by Stuart Reid

Food

Gauging and Tackling Food Insecurity During Covid-19

by Ari Pinkus
Vol. 3 2020-2021

Deaths of Despair Across America

The American Communities Project is undertaking a 30-month study of Deaths of Despair in its 15 community types.

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