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How people feel about living in Baltimore
Published Dec 5, 2023
Inaugural survey by Johns Hopkins 21st Century Cities Initiative benchmarks sentiments and experiences across Baltimore
Does the U.S. still need affirmative action?
Published Nov 22, 2023
Experts deliberated the pros and cons of race-based affirmative action in a debate open to the public hosted by Johns Hopkins University's SNF Agora Institute
Congressional briefing
Studying the healing power of psychedelics
Published Nov 21, 2023
JHU Congressional Briefing panelists explain how the controlled substances could transform mental health treatment
Humanitarian health
Experts discuss toll of Middle East conflict
Published Nov 20, 2023
Israel-Hamas war has resulted in mass civilian casualties, psychological trauma, and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people, humanitarian health experts say
Unequal civic opportunity in the U.S.
Published Nov 13, 2023
Civic opportunity decreases as poverty levels increase, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University's SNF Agora Institute
Is panda diplomacy over?
Published Nov 8, 2023
For the first time in over 50 years, the panda enclosure at the National Zoo will be empty. What does that mean for U.S.-China relations?
Rachel Stevenson advocates for nursing education  
Published Nov 8, 2023
Stevenson educates members of Congress about the issues affecting current and future nurses
New conservative principles for building trust in elections
Published Nov 8, 2023
Principles released with new Gallup poll that shows wide partisan gaps in electoral confidence
Report: Political violence imperils U.S. democracy
Published Nov 7, 2023
Experts from around the globe express concern for the future of U.S. electoral processes
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Offshore wind project headwinds threaten Biden's clean energy goals
Published Nov 6, 2023
Structural engineer Ben Schafer says that despite recent cancellation of two major projects, the future remains bright for offshore wind energy
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