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Want to eat healthy? Start a hamlet
It started with Tim Rinne and his wife, but it soon spread to an entire neighborhood. Twenty families in Hawley Hamlet in Lincoln, NE, are growing their own food, sharing yards and—most importantly—looking out after each other. Read how it happened.
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Diversity and inclusion for the NeighborWorks network: goals and strategies
In this third and final post in a series, new CEO Paul Weech takes a look at NeighborWorks' network of more than 250 organization and how they are doing as they work to serve an increasingly diverse society.
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Managing for diversity and inclusion in the workplace
In the second of three parts, CEO Paul Weech shares data on the diversity of the NeighborWorks staff, and outlines how the organization will work to make it even more reflective of overall American society and the communities we serve. 
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Introducing NeighborWorks’ Race, Ethnicity, Diversity and Inclusion Initiative
The country is in the midst of a national conversation about race, ethnicity and inclusion - which has sometimes become angry and painful. NeighborWorks CEO Paul Weech writes about the role of the organization in helping the nation heal - first, by looking inward.
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‘Scarcity mindset’: A new way of thinking about clients
When people struggle with making payments on time or keeping a budget, more education is not necessarily the answer. That's the proposition of a provocative new book.
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StoryCorps documents New Orleans’ resilience for ‘Comeback Communities’
On June 18, NeighborWorks America will convene experts from across the nation to talk about resilient communities. We've partnered with StoryCorps, a nonprofit that collects oral histories, to interview residents who have assisted in Gulf recovery.
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Avoiding the high-cost lending trap with financial capability counseling
Financial counseling offers benefits that go far beyond tax season, and which can protect consumer from high-cost lending traps.
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Why low-down-payment mortgages are good things
Are low-down-payment mortgages, now hitting the market, good or bad for for the industry, the economy and homebuyers? Our vice president of homeownership programs says they are good. Read why...
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Survey shows millennials still want to be homeowners
A lot has been written about millennials being unable to purchase a home, but research shows that homeownership is still their dream, and new services are making it more reachable. The problem is, too many people don't know about them.
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Taking financial capability to the ‘top of the world’
Financial-capability programs can help organizations form relationships with residents well before they are thinking about buying a home — even in remote villages in Alaska.
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