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Co-Authored by: Karen Frazier, Ph.D., Senior Researcher, AIR; Libby Hoy, Founder & CEO, PFCCpartners, and Natrina Kennedy, MPH, Program Associate, DASH    On April 22, 2021, All In: Data for Community Health kicked off the Developing Meaningful Measures by Centering Community Voices Affinity Group with subject matter experts from the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and Patient Family Centered Care (PFCC) Partners. The launch of this Affinity Group was filled with so much enthusiasm, as approximately 100 participants from across the nation gathered virtually. This kickoff was one of six sessions created for people to share best practices on how to build and sustain trusting relationships … read more

By: Ruchi Patel, Northwestern’s Applied Practice Experience Intern for Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH)   All In Data for Community Health hosted a showcase webinar, Building Community Capacity by Sharing Power, Storytelling, & Systems Change, on April 21st, 2021. The recorded session, resource guide, and PowerPoint presentation slides accompanying the webinar can be found on the All In website.  This summary provides 4 takeaways on racial health equity, focusing on the barriers Black mothers face regarding maternal and infant … read more

The wait is over – Season 3 of the All In Podcast has begun! Our new host, DASH Program Manager Miriam Castro was joined by Detroit’s very own Tawana Petty for the first episode. As an author, organizer and advocate, Tawana has made huge impacts in issues ranging from data equity to racial justice and more. In this episode, she discusses: how business drives facial recognition technology, who benefits from surveillance technology, Project Greenlight and more. Listen to the podcast … read more