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By Kayla Mceady | Center for Cooperative Media | June 29, 2023
History is not only about what happened — it’s about what we remember. And in Camden, NJ, that memory is becoming difficult to trace. In Camden, NJ, that history can be hard to trace — even when hiding in plain sight.
By Reet Starwind | Center for Cooperative Media | June 20, 2023
Uncertainty and insecurity loomed over businesses nationwide in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mom-and-pop shops were particularly devastated, with 3 in 10 NJ small businesses operating at the start of 2020 forced to close by the year’s end.
By Reet Starwind | Center for Cooperative Media | May 11, 2023
For Camden, being a green city is as much about preparing for the future as it is about celebrating the present.
By Paige Bates | Center for Cooperative Media | April 24, 2023
The key to properly nourishing anything in life is an understanding of how things function at the root.
By Reet Starwind | Center for Cooperative Media | April 4, 2023
Since 2007, CfET has been working to bridge environmental and social justice through urban agriculture, education, and community engagement.
By Reet Starwind | Center for Cooperative Media | Jan. 25, 2023
Jamaal Na’im and his project, “Operation: Combat Financial Illiteracy,” are addressing information gaps in Camden by equipping natives with knowledge about money management.
By Matt Skoufalos | NJ Pen | Jan. 19, 2023
NJ Pen explores the circumstances underlying food insecurity in Camden City, stopgaps, and emerging policy solutions.
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