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"remedies have failed because they have not addressed the causes of social disintegration: changes in the broader ecosystem of ideas, institutions, relationships, and norms that shape behavior. More specifically, they don't address the drivers of the decline of marriage in America."
Founded during a time when black real estate agents were not allowed to become Realtors (instead, HBREA members are called Realtists) the association has always had a twofold mission. In addition to helping people buy and sell homes, it supports programming and raises awareness to overcome a legacy of discriminatory housing practices.
Every year, Tallahassee residents get to spend their day having fun, as they interact with fellow neighbors and businesses in the area. It's the one day a year where the community comes together to celebrate all things Tallahassee.
Our political system takes for granted a particular understanding of life in America — and especially of American community. Towns and neighborhoods in the United States are not merely the subdivisions of a central bureaucracy, but rather are robust, thriving, and frequently diverse communities in and of themselves.
A group of volunteers will leave from McCook Christian Church Friday morning, planning to distribute "Flood Buckets" and help feed clean-up crews in Plattsmouth.
How to make friends, build community, and the create the life you want.
How can we feel connected to the world around us? Singer Diana Gameros tries to cultivate a sense of awe in the most unlikely of places.
An entire community in Newton, Massachusetts, is learning sign language just to make a 2 year-old girl happy.
USD 465, the public school in Winfield, KS, has initiated a program with a local retirement center. After a year-long construction project, Cumbernauld Village has opened an Early Learning Center pre-school classroom operated by the school district. They have produced a touching video from the program about how they are weaving a connection between the elderly and the young.
"What is the cure? I believe that it’s not civility or tolerance; instead, it’s love for one another and our country. It is up to us to join together and work to subvert the culture of contempt. I don’t know if this movement will be successful or popular, as it runs so counter to the prevailing currents. But if you’d like to try to renew our nation, here are five simple rules to remember..."
Research shows friend groups shrink after age 25. Here's how to keep making new friends even as you get older.
The how to's of conversation from the Covergence Center For Policy Resolution.
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