“Heating Up” YouTube series shows how food choices impact our bodies & environment
The new 10-episode “Heating Up” series combines sustainable cooking with lively conversations focused on climate change and social justice. Featuring journalist Natalie Bencivenga and youth climate activist Leandra Mira, the fun and inviting series includes interviews with environmental experts and social justice activists who shed light on what we can do to help make a big difference through small changes in our daily lives. New episodes every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
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Navigating the state’s changing landscape of benefits, services and programs
When a person in our community needs help, they must navigate an ever-changing landscape of benefits, services and programs scattered across an array of providers. Read the Endowments-funded report about the real-world challenges – and considerable opportunities – of connecting individuals to services in today’s world.
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New season of “We Can Be” podcast
Season four of the Endowments’ “We Can Be” podcast has launched, featuring host Grant Oliphant in lively, thoughtful conversation with social change leaders who are bridging divides. From journalists to demographers, non-profit leaders making international impact, and the personal physician to the Dali Lama, this season’s fascinating guests will help listeners be hopeful about what we – as a region, country, and world – can be. Download and subscribe to “We Can Be” on your favorite podcast sites.
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