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October 20, 2011
  But what’s staggering is that percentage more than doubles for the Latino community, as about 81 percent of Latino households live in a neighborhood without a park.   Lack to safe public spaces is one of the unique challenges... Read more
 As an investigative journalist, Nancie Katz has reported on everything from corrupt judges to church scandals and even the mafia. But it’s perhaps an article from 1998 that made its greatest mark — and eventually spurred Katz to begin a crusade to revitalize... Read more
October 20, 2011
  Ogunro hosts “Funmi and Friends,” online videos that are designed to teach children ages 2-7 about proper nutrition and exercise. The series, which also has been shown in schools and on Austin’s PBS affiliate, features Ogunro and her puppet... Read more
October 20, 2011
  We’re sure most Inside Track readers already have heard about Food Day, the big nationwide event on Monday encouraging Americans to push for healthy, sustainable and affordable food. There are six main goals of Food Day — and one of the big... Read more
October 20, 2011
  The art of dance combined with the joy of cooking last week in Atlanta, when more than 50 Boys and Girls Club members crafted salsa recipes and hit the dance floor in the name of healthy living.   Students... Read more
“Obesity is a subject to which ppl bring their own experiences, fears, triumphs, setbacks, prejudices.” — Washington Post columnist @Eugene_Robinson in an Oct. 1 tweet. Robinson wrote a opinion column weighing into the debate over whether New Jersey Gov. Chris... Read more