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2021's Most Popular Content on Community Commons


Here on Community Commons, you can find thousands of curated tools, resources, data, and stories, and hundreds of new resources are added each month! We looked at the analytics to see what you—our users—were most interested in throughout 2021, and have rounded up some of the most popular content on Community Commons below.


A few key themes stood out. Not surprisingly, users continue to seek out data tools to help inform data-driven community change work, as well as measure well-being efforts and track progress. Community engagement and equity-focused resources were also popular, as was content to support a holistic approach to community change work, like the Vital Conditions for Well-Being framework. There are a number of popular resource libraries on Community Commons, which provide knowledge management for several large bodies of content that leads to more sustainable community change efforts. Explore our most popular content from the year below! 





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Vulnerable Populations Footprint
Tool
Brought to you by CARES
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CHNA Report
Tool - Data/mapping Tool
Brought to you by CARES
Published on 09/01/2018
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PLACES: Local Data for Better Health
Tool - Data/mapping Tool
Brought to you by CDC
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The Science of Thriving
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
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From 500 Cities to data for all PLACES
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
Staff Pick!
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Our Favorite Equity Data Tools
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
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Exploratory Measures for Belonging and Civic Muscle
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
Published on 07/28/2021



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Vulnerable Populations Footprint
Tool
Brought to you by CARES
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97 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice
Story - Written
Brought to you by Medium
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7 Ways Spatial Inequality Compromises Health and Well-Being
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
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Beyond Inclusion: Pronoun Use for Health and Well-Being
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
Published on 10/20/2021
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Engaging People with Lived Experience Toolkit
Tool - Toolkit/toolbox
Brought to you by 100MHL
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Staff Pick!
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Our Favorite Equity Data Tools
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons




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Advancing Equitable Food Environments
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
Published on 08/22/2017
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Basic Needs and COVID-19
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
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Innovative Initiatives on College Campuses Addressing Food Insecurity
Story - Original
Brought to you by Community Commons
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Burnout and Mental Health in the Workplace
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Brought to you by Community Commons
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Coronavirus Response: Peer-to-Peer Resource Sharing
Library
Brought to you by Community Commons
Published on 03/13/2020
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Public Health and Equity Resource Navigator
Library
Brought to you by American Public Health Association
Published on 10/22/2021
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100 Million Healthier Lives Change Library
Library
Brought to you by IHI
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Advancing Equitable Economies Policy Library
Library
Brought to you by WIN Network
Published on 04/20/2021
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Thriving Together: A Springboard for Equitable Recovery and Resilience in Communities Across America
Library
Brought to you by Community Commons
Published on 07/27/2020


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In Common Newsletter
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