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What is Network Weaving? Q & A with June Holley

June Holley is a Wellbeing Blueprint signer who has been weaving networks, helping others weave networks and writing about networks for over 40 years. We recently sat down with June to define network weaving and help us understand how it can be a game changer in building our collective capacity to bring about social change.

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More Than Nutrition: Food, Social Justice and Wellbeing

Three leaders who are implementing innovations in food justice and sovereignty explore the connections between food, wellbeing, equity, social justice, community and more.

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Wellbeing & Voting Rights

The ability to cast a ballot affects every aspect of individual and community wellbeing – but not everyone has access. With many important elections on the horizon, it's important that we stand up for voting rights, stay informed and vote – including in judicial races.

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How to Create Shovel-Worthy Infrastructure

As cities across the nation begin investing in new infrastructure projects, city planners and policymakers have many options for how they choose to build. In a two-part series published by the American Planning Association, Brookings Senior Fellow Xavier de Souza Briggs and Full Frame Initiative CEO Katya Fels Smyth outline a six-point framework showing how to plan and design a built environment that provides universal access to wellbeing.

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Wellbeing and the American Rescue Plan

In "Connection, Community, Context and Capital," co-creator of the Wellbeing Blueprint Katya Fels Smyth explores how to leverage the American Rescue Plan to create a country where everyone has a fair shot at wellbeing.

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Springboard to Opportunities

Springboard to Opportunities launched the Magnolia Mother’s Trust to provide $1,000 cash, monthly, to low-income, Black mothers living in subsidized housing — no strings attached. This allows these mothers to meet their basic needs, prioritize their health and give them the agency to make decisions for their families while minimizing tradeoffs.

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Bullet Related Injury Clinic

The Bullet Related Injury Clinic (BRIC) is a community-based clinic in St. Louis providing care for people with bullet related injuries after being discharged from the emergency department. The clinic provides healthcare services in addition to serving as a space for patients to build and expand social connections within the community.

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The Infrastructure of Wellbeing

The new infrastructure package could be one of the nation’s most consequential investments in equitable wellbeing — but only if we make it so. Full Frame Initiative CEO Katya Fels Smyth and Brookings Senior Fellow Xavier de Souza Briggs explore how the built environment can provide universal access to wellbeing.

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Justice Determinants of Wellbeing

Full Frame Initiative Senior Fellow Sandra Ambrozy illustrates the many ways the Wellbeing Blueprint is being used by the civil justice system and social sector to advance wellbeing.

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The Courage to Rebuild and Reimagine: Next Generation Leadership

Four Next-Gen leaders hold space to redefine broken systems and rethink what it means to be a leader in modern-day America.

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Equity in the Workplace: The Wage Transparency Act

Equal pay advocate Megan Driscoll and the Full Frame Initiative explore the impacts of wage transparency on gender and racial equity and concrete steps you can take to advocate for change.

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Where’s the Harm? 911, Emergency Response and Community Trauma

Trauma surgeon Dr. LJ Punch and Dr. Rebecca Neusteter of Transform911 illuminate what a wellbeing-oriented emergency response system can look like.

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