Hispanics In Philanthropy’s New Mexico Collaborative Fights Disparities in Most Hispanic State 11/07/2012

By Hannah Sophia Winnick (Originally appeared in the November Newsletter From Hispanics in Philanthropy) New Mexico, recently described by the New York Times as “the 

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Health Equity in New Mexico: A Roadmap for Grantmaking and Beyond 10/25/2012

Health equity concerns those differences in health that can be traced to unequal economic and social conditions and are systemic and avoidable – and so 

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Bernalillo: Place Matters 09/05/2012

The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies is pleased to add to the existing knowledge base with this report, Place Matters for Health in 

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CON ALMA HEALTH FOUNDATION LAUNCHES “WHERE HEALTH BEGINS” PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT CAMPAIGN 10/19/2011

Ads highlight the many factors that contribute to being healthy, such as your education and where you live Con Alma Health Foundation today launched a 

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What shapes health? – Webinar 03/31/2011

On March 24, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation hosted a webinar to explore how our environments and experiences, including those that influence development in childhood, 

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