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How British Immigration Policy Means Coronavirus Hits the Vulnerable Hardest

People subject to the “no recourse to public funds” condition are at risk of worse health outcomes than the general population across four areas. 

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Housing Segregation: How Food Insecure St. Paul’s Public Housing Residents are Facing Covid-19 without their Grocery Store

How important has your local grocery store been during Covid-19? For many people, shelter-in-place orders, travel restrictions and more have turned their nearest store into a lifeline. This lifeline was severed for St. Paul residents last month.

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Maternal Mortality: The Deep Social Roots of America’s Race Gap

Black women are three times more likely to die from complications related to childbirth than White women.

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Covid-19: Why Wearing a Mask can Save Lives and Secure your Community

This Q+A article is a quick, easy guide explaining everything you need to know about face masks during Covid-19. We hope you find it helpful.

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Ensuring Food Security for all Means Building Food Sustainability into our Systems

More than one in ten U.S. households was food insecure at some time during 2018. And according to the USDA, approximately 39.4 million people live in food deserts throughout the U.S.  

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Book Release Coming Soon!

As part of our Global Education Program, the IHF Literacy Project is releasing a children’s book based on our evidence-based phonics curriculum. Follow our whimsical main character, Albert, as he…

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Program Spotlight

Global Education Program—IHF Literacy Project The UNESCO Institute for Statistics estimate worldwide 750 million adults are illiterate, with two-thirds whom are women.  Gender disparities persist among adults and youth.  According…

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Global Education

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”-Nelson Mandela

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Community Outreach

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members”- Coretta Scott King         

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