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October 14, 2020
Livable Communities Newsletter
Publications & Resources
The Livable Communities Corps
Developed by AARP with the nonprofit Public Allies, members of the Livable Communities Corps are working in select cities to help make communities more livable and inclusive for people of all ages.
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Leading Livability Work
Members of the Livable Communities Corps are working in Arizona, Florida, Iowa (pictured), Maine and New York. Meet the corps members and learn about their work.
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— Communities have better internet availability when their state has broadband funding programs and no municipal broadband restrictions.
Walk This Way
— Apply for a $1,500 grant that can be used for an innovative and inclusive community program or project related to creating healthy, active and engaged places to live, work and play.
Design the ‘Next Version of Our World’
— Inspired by cultural changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, that’s the mission put forth to college students worldwide for the eighth annual Longevity Design Challenge. Solutions can be submitted until December 10.
Stanford Center on Longevity
Registration is open for "Alleviate Disparities," a virtual dialogue to be held on October 22 about the relationship between the built environment and the challenges low-income and minority communities face in attaining even basic levels of health, safety and well-being.
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