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  1. “We have to make sure people use their voice”: PT Partners builds community in Bridgeport

    For residents of the PT Barnum Apartments in Bridgeport, the sewage treatment plant next door has been a frequent source of problems. The local Water Pollution Control Authority, or WPCA, which oversees the plant, has been trying to expand the plant even closer to the apartment complex.

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  2. Grant will support outreach on the importance of race, ethnicity, and language data in health care

    Connecticut Health Foundation awards 20 grants totaling $685,000

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  3. Grant will support doula coalition in advocacy work

    Connecticut Health Foundation awards 24 grants totaling $1.2 million

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  4. Grants support grassroots advocacy, organizing

    Foundation announces inaugural Patricia Baker Awards for Health Equity Policy and Advocacy

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  5. Lessons learned from our first pitch day

    This blog post is by President and CEO Tiffany Donelson, about a new grant application process we undertook this year.

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  6. New infographic: How racism shapes opportunities for Black families

    A message from President and CEO Tiffany Donelson about CT Health’s new infographic.

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  7. Grants support advocacy to cover more CT residents

    HARTFORD, Conn. (June 29, 2021) – Grants from the Connecticut Health Foundation will support five organizations in their advocacy work to expand…

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  8. Racism and COVID-19: Two public health problems facing America, and more in this week’s roundup

    Hiring a diverse army to track COVID-19 amid reopening 
    Carmen Heredia Rodriguez, Anna Almendrala, Kaiser Health News, June 2
    Health departments…

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  9. The strength of the faith community in health advocacy, and more in this week’s roundup

    HEALTH EQUITY

    State religious leaders are pushing lawmakers on health care equity
    Jenna Carlesso,…

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  10. Barriers to Patient Centered Care: My Perspective as a Physician, Patient, Caregiver and Advocate

    Today’s post is an article written by Linda Barry, a member of our Community Advisory Committee.

    Linda K. Barry, M.D., M.P.H, FACS is a board…

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