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  • Spring 2023
  • The Pursuit of a Better Future
  • 75 Years of Solutions
  • A History of Service
  • The Big Picture
  • The Lessons of Optimism
  • Noteworthy
  • A Global Agreement for Conservation
  • Far More Americans See U.S. Influence Getting Weaker
  • Pew's CEO Reflects on the Values That Produce Results
  • With Partners, Creating Lasting Change
  • Return on Investment
  • Parenting in America Today
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Spring 2023
Black Students Leaving Howard University, An Institution Only For Afro-Americans In Washington, 1962.
Black Students Leaving Howard University, An Institution Only For Afro-Americans In Washington, 1962.
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A History of Service

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From its earliest days in Philadelphia to the global NGO that it is today, The Pew Charitable Trusts has sought to improve people’s lives and help communities thrive.

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75 Years of Solutions

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For 75 years, The Pew Charitable Trusts has studied the problems that hold people back—and helped fix them. Whether it is making government more responsive, protecting the ocean and public lands, or improving people’s health and economic well-being, Pew’s work is always nonpartisan, based on facts, and guided by a commitment to use data to help individuals and communities thrive. We ask challenging questions, we strive to create common ground, and we run ambitious projects designed to make a difference.

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Pew's CEO Reflects on the Values That Produce Results

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As Pew marks its 75th anniversary, Sue Urahn sat down with Trust magazine to reflect on her early tenure, discuss her goals for the organization, and provide her perspective on its values.

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With Partners, Creating Lasting Change

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The majestic green pine trees of Canada’s boreal forest stretch as far as the eye can see, covering over a billion acres from the Yukon in the west to the shores of Newfoundland and Labrador in the east.

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