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Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Three woman having lunch on a sunny day at the outside tables on Penn Avenue. Lunchtime on Penn Avenue. Photo by John Altdorfer
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Post-9/11 Veterans Having Trouble Connecting to Others

A recent study, led by researchers at the Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness at Penn State, is the first to examine the relationship between moral injury and social well-being over a long period of time.

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AIU receives $1.5 million to assist schools through pandemic

Six foundations combined to award the Allegheny Intermediate Unit more than $1.5 million to help support local school districts with educational challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New Research Details Racial, Socioeconomic Inequities During School Shutdown Across Allegheny County

Allegheny County school districts that transitioned to remote learning  quickly, provided technology for all or some grades and performed real-time instruction, serve fewer historically marginalized students than those who didn't, according to a new report.

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From sculpture to poetry, $10,000 grants will help 7 local artists create new works

Rachel Mica Weiss, a willowy woman wearing a black mask and purple gloves, rubs sandpaper across a dramatically curved sculpture that resembles an undulating bed. Her strokes soften the shades of pink, black, orange and

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New Membership Community Officially Launches for Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy with Online Event

YFJ Consulting, LLC announces the official launch of WOC™, a new membership community for Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy. WOC's mission is to celebrate, inspire and champion women of color in fundraising, philanthropy

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Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council offering emergency funds for artists of color

The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council is accepting applications for funds to support artists of color affected by the covid-19 epidemic.

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