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"The Reading Life with Jesmyn Ward"

WWNO
Jesmyn Ward, 2017 MacArthur Fellow
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"Detroit’s Untold Stories of Slavery" thumbnail

"Detroit’s Untold Stories of Slavery"

The New York Times
Tiya Miles, 2011 MacArthur Fellow
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Artistic Currency: Reflections on Building Chicago’s Inclusive Economy Event

Poet, organizer, arts educator, and Young Chicago Authors Artistic Director Kevin Coval, says the romance we have for the starving artist allows us to undervalue artists and arts culture. Read More
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"Educator of the Year: Francisco J. Núñez"

Musical America
Francisco Núñez, 2011 MacArthur Fellow
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MacArthur Fellows in Dialogue: Joyce J. Scott and David Finkel

  Join Joyce J. Scott and Pulitzer Prize winning Washington Post National Enterprise Editor and Reporter, David Finkel. Over the last 45 years, Joyce J. Scott has established herself as an innovative artist whose work fuses the ... Read More
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"Sunil Amrith Discusses His Recent MacArthur Fellowship Award"

American Historical Society
Sunil Amrith, 2017 MacArthur Fellow
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Evaluation of Maternal Health Accountability in Nigeria

This endline evaluation identifies areas of most promise for building government accountability for maternal health in Nigeria and suggested direction in which grant activities should continue to focus. Read More
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Highlights from Maternal Health Accountability Meetings

Team Coordinator Ursula Wheeler provides an overview of meetings with grantees as part of the endline evaluation of government accountability for maternal health in Nigeria. Read More
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Midwives Form Advocacy Network in Chiapas

More than 120 indigenous midwives from 19 municipalities in Chiapas banded together to form the Nich Ixim Corn Flower Midwifery Movement, which will promote the recognition of midwifery by Chiapas state. Read More
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Housing: Why Educators, Health Professionals, and Those Focused on Economic Mobility Should Care About It

Lessons learned from MacArthur's investment in housing research Read More

"Podcast Episode 11: Conversation with Howard Gardner"

Alanis Morissette
Howard Gardner , 1981 MacArthur Fellow
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