When organizations focus their work on improving these two disparities, health outcomes can improve for everyone.
Kailynn Stambler from Youth Radio talks about the impact of the soda tax ballots in San Francisco and Berkley, California.
New York and other cities confront the fact that 4,500 Americans are killed crossing the street each year.
Ted Eytan’s Washington D.C. walk to work each morning takes him through eight years of life expectancy.
This is the first in a three part series in which Jay Walljasper discusses how the bike lanes of the future can be seen on our streets right now and could change the face of transportation.
In 2006, Oklahoma City was named one of the fattest cities in America. Mayor Mick Cornett, who is still in office today, was determined to engineer a striking turnaround.
Learn about the hearts and minds behind Community Commons: Institute for People, Place, and Possibility (IP3)