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Sep 28, 2020

If Americans learn any collective lesson in 2020, it should be that until we face our history of marginalizing whole populations, we will not be a true democracy. Social uprisings around the country demonstrate that racism is structural and is seared into our public systems. People with disabilities experience...


Sep 21, 2020

To see how deep the impacts of COVID19 and racial inequity go, take a look at Flushing, Queens. With a population that is 70% Asian, it is also New York City’s fourth most congested business district. It appeared, pre-pandemic, to be a bustling neighborhood of working people. In reality, incomes for many were so...


Sep 14, 2020

It takes more than pundits and politicians to create a more just society. Change happens when those who have been hurt the most stand up to demand justice. And it takes nonprofits with the courage and infrastructure needed to leverage power. This is the formula embodied by Partnership for Southern Equity,...


Sep 10, 2020

Did you know that the Lower Ninth Ward had the highest rate of homeownership in New Orleans, pre-Hurricane Katrina? And that the devastation of those homes and displacement of their African American owners was caused by breeches in levees that are still in disrepair 15 years later? Or that tens of thousands of those...