This report explores the cultural models that Jacksonville residents use to think and talk about children’s issues. By documenting these shared assumptions and understandings, the report identifies features of public thinking that challenge efforts to create broader social change. These challenges set the stage for subsequent reframing efforts.
Reframing Hunger in America
How can we elevate public understanding that hunger in America is widespread – and not just a personal failing?
All Aboard: Explanatory Tools to Talk About Children’s Well-Being in Jacksonville
Systems thinking is hard - which makes explaining "systems of care" even harder. It helps to have a metaphor.
Framing Child Poverty by Telling a Development Story
To build support for ending child poverty, we need a powerful framing strategy. This Message Brief offers guidance from the Core Story of Early Development.