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Towards an AI Economy That Works for All
Towards an AI Economy That Works for All

Sustainability, January 31, 2019

The "Towards and AI Economy that Works for All" report from the Keystone Research Center was funded by The Heinz Endowments and is the first report on the their "Future of Work" project. The aim is to identify public policies that could help ensure that the application and diffusion of artificial intelligence over the next several decades fosters an economy in which Americans generally thrive. 

h Magazine - Issue 2, 2018
 h Magazine - Issue 2, 2018

Organizational, December 27, 2018

In a three-part series, h magazine travels to the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Homewood, Hazelwood and the Hill District, where The Heinz Endowments and other philanthropies are partnering with residents and local organizations to build on assets and expand opportunities. The second stop, in this issue of h, examines initiatives to revitalize Pittsburgh's Hill District.

Also included in this issue is "Singled Out," which details how Heinz Endowments-funded research showing racial disparities in local school suspension rates is boosting efforts to use alternative approaches in evaluating and addressing student behavior, and "A Beautiful Neighbor," commemorating the 50th anniversary of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."

Note: This is the complete issue, and because of the file size, may take a few minutes to download. Individual sections of the magazine can be found below.

In the Neighborhoods
In the Neighborhoods

Organizational, December 26, 2018

In a three-part series, h magazine travels to the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Homewood, Hazelwood and the Hill District, where The Heinz Endowments and other philanthropies are partnering with residents and local organizations to build on assets and expand opportunities. The second stop, in this issue of h, examines initiatives to revitalize Pittsburgh's Hill District.

The Hill
The Hill

Organizational, December 26, 2018

"The Hill," by Lacretia Wimbley, tells the story of Pittsburgh's Hill District, a community with a storied history that is pushing to overcome past injustices to achieve a hopeful and fairer future.

Views from the Hill
Views from the Hill

Organizational, December 26, 2018

In "Views from the Hill," written by Jeffery Fraser, six community leaders discuss economic development in the Hill District and how to ensure that longtime residents are included in the process and benefit from the changes.

Uptown Aspirations
Uptown Aspirations

Sustainability, December 26, 2018

"Uptown Aspirations," written by Jeffery Fraser, details how the Uptown neighborhood is learning how to combine innovative and inclusive development in the same place.

Art Imitating Life
Art Imitating Life

Creativity, December 26, 2018

"Art Imitating Life," by Julia Fraser, tells how local Pittsburgh artists and arts organization are carrying the baton of the Hill District's cultural legacy, not only honoring the neighborhood's artistic past but also helping to build its economic future.

Help and Hope
Help and Hope

Learning, December 26, 2018

"Help and Hope," written by Ben Wecht, details how Hill District nonprofts focusing on human services, including several faith-based organizations, are doing more than meeting needs.  They are helping residents prepare for new opportunities for themselves and the enighborhood.

Keeping House
Keeping House

Learning, December 26, 2018

"Keeping House," written by Ben Wecht, describes why Hill House Associations officials are willing to sacrifice some assets in order to keep this valued neighborhood institution in the Hill District.

Hill Streets
Hill Streets

Sustainability, December 26, 2018

"Hill Streets," written by Christine H. O'Toole, describes how for decades, residents of Pittsburgh's Hill District have pursued the goal of a just and thriving community. As new housing construction expands, renewed focus is on making sure those already in the neighborhood still have a place to call home.

To Learn & to Blossom
To Learn & to Blossom

Learning, December 26, 2018

"To Learn & to Blossom," written by Lynda Taylor, tells how out-of-school-time programs motivate Hill District youth with encouragement and opportunities.

Guiding to Greatness
Guiding to Greatness

Learning, December 26, 2018

"Guiding to Greatness," written by Adam Reger, describes how three former Heinz Fellows used their experience in the Endowments-sponsored education fellowship to create 1Nation Mentoring and how they continue making an impact on local youth.

Singled Out
Singled Out

Organizational, December 26, 2018

"Singled Out," written by Christine O'Toole, describes how Heinz Endowments research showing racial disparities in local school suspension rates is boosting efforts to use alternative approaches in evaluating and addressing student behavior.

A Beautiful Neighbor
A Beautiful Neighbor

Organizational, December 26, 2018

"A Beautiful Neighbor," written by Cristina Rouvalis, commemorates the 50th anniversary of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.