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URBAN MOSAIC NEWSROOM

The news can be overwhelming, especially right now. That’s why, in an effort to share resources and facts, we have created a Newsroom. This is a space to share articles we recommend, informing our work in the complex world we live in and helping us, as the church and ekklesia, to navigate our current context and seek SHALOM in all that we do. Got suggestions to share? Email us at news@urbanmosaic.net.

It’s Not the Virus’: Mexico’s Broken Hospitals Become Killers, Too

It’s Not the Virus’: Mexico’s Broken Hospitals Become Killers, Too

Insightful article on the challenges facing the health care systems in Mexico.
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Leading Beyond the Blizzard: Why Every Organization Is Now a Startup

Leading Beyond the Blizzard: Why Every Organization Is Now a Startup

We really appreciated this article about how to think about organizational leadership in the COVID-19 era.
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Hidden Toll: Mexico Ignores Wave of Coronavirus Deaths in Capital

Hidden Toll: Mexico Ignores Wave of Coronavirus Deaths in Capital

In depth analysis by the New York Times capturing the reality of what we have been sensing and experiencing on the ground.
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The Global Coronavirus Crisis Is Poised to Get Much, Much Worse

The Global Coronavirus Crisis Is Poised to Get Much, Much Worse

Excellent commentary on what we are facing as a global community.
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Mexico’s Demolition Derby Accelerates

Mexico’s Demolition Derby Accelerates

Interesting take on the Mexican government's response to the pandemic.
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How we can Build a Hardier World after the Coronavirus

How we can Build a Hardier World after the Coronavirus

Love this article exploring how to rebuild a more resilient society.
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We are called to be thoughtfully engaged in our world, with hope, and part of that engagement involves learning and exposing ourselves to the reality of our neighbors. Thank you for joining us in this journey. For more resources or to learn more, visit our resources page.