"Cultural Entrepreneurship: At the Crossroads of People, Place, and Prosperity" is a 2010 report from the Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship. It provides a snapshot to the Cultural Economy in New Mexico.
Families thrive when communities offers dynamic ecosystems of education, health and culture resources alongside economic opportunities. More importantly, children prosper and grow into healthy adults when their families are economically and culturally secure. Previous studies have demonstrated the clear links between health, nutrition, education and family economics. This groundbreaking study is the first to demonstrate the links among a family’s cultural security, economic stability, and social well-being.
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