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To develop a deeper understanding of how Colorado residents consume, evaluate, and trust state and local media, Colorado Media Project worked with Corona Insights in the summer of 2022 to design a questionnaire that collected relevant data from more than 1,800 Colorado residents from across the state.
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The Center for Effective Philanthropy has released a report focused on the philanthropic response to the climate crisis. Much Alarm, Less Action: Philanthropy and Climate Change contrasts the limited philanthropic investment in climate mitigation with the urgency of climate change. Report Cover: Much Alarm, Less Action, Foundations & Climate Change
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Colorado General Assembly’s Affordable Housing Transformational Task Force Report from February 2022, outlines the state’s $400 million affordable housing plan. Common Sense Institute’s Colorado Affordable Housing Trends from March 2022 shares key findings. Affordablehousing1.jpg
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46.8 million people in the U.S. identify as Black. It is important to understand the diversity of histories, ethnic and racial identities of this increasingly diverse population. This understanding allows us grantmakers to consider and respond to the different demographic and economic characteristics and needs of different Black populations. Graphic of increase in Black bachelor's degree holders
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46.8 million Americans identify as Black. This means it is important to understand the range of backgrounds, racial and ethnic identities of this increasingly diverse population. That understanding allows grantmakers to respond more effectively to the specific demographic and economic characteristics and needs of different Black residents. The Growing Diversity of Black America , Pew Research Center
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