October 30, 2015 — Washington, D.C. An amicus brief by The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Texas for the Supreme Court case Fisher v. University of Texas cited Impact of the US Housing Crisis on the Racial Wealth Gap Across Generations, a report by Measure of America and the ACLU. See the amicus brief here.
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November 22, 2016 — New York, NY. Measure of America co-director Sarah Burd-Sharps will testify in a Youth Services Committee hearing on youth disconnection on November 22 at 10 am. The full testimony can be found here.
October 13-14, 2016 — New York, NY. Measure of America co-directors Sarah Burd-Sharps and Kristen Lewis will present “Who Needs Race Relations: New York and Global Human Rights”, a paper on well-being and inequality in New York City, at the NYU Wager Graduate School of Public Service. The panel discussion at the Walter Stafford Symposium: Structure of Race and Inequality in New York City will feature New Economy Project Co-Director Sarah Ludwig. The event is open to the public, please RSVP here.
October 31, 2016 — Denver, CO. “A Portrait of Sonoma County”, the Measure of America report commissioned by the Sonoma County Department of Health Services (DHS), will be presented at the American Public Health Association 2016 Annual Meeting and Expo in Denver. The “Ensuring the Right to Health: Engaging Stakeholders to Improve Community Health Equity” roundtable at 12:30 pm on Oct. 31 will discuss the success of the efforts spearheaded by the Sonoma County DHS in creating local dialogue on health equity in Sonoma County around the findings of the report, and the use of the Human Development approach in understanding and communicating about health disparities. More information can be found here.
September 30 through February 26, 2017 — Measure of America work will be featured in the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s third exhibition in a series about socially responsible design, “By the People: Designing a Better America”. The exhibition will delve into the challenges that urban, suburban, and rural communities face and feature 60 design projects, including MOA’s interactive data visualization, “Mapping the Measure of America”, which was designed by longtime MOA collaborator, the artist and designer Rosten Woo. For more info, click here.