In early August, close to 300 young leaders of color and allies from communities across California traveled to Sacramento and met privately with nearly 100 legislators, representatives from Governor Jerry Brown’s office, and high-level administrators, such as State Superintendent | Read more >
Since October 2013, over 60,000 unaccompanied children—many not even 12 years old—have crossed the border to reach the United States in a desperate attempt to escape drug-related violence, poverty, and abuse in Central America. These young boys and girls are fleeing their countries | Read more >
(This commentary is cross-posted from the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies' website)
An elder’s blessing began the workshop hosted by the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s) Roundtable on the Promotion of Health Equity and the Elimination of Health Disparities, and it | Read more >
A Response to Emily Badger’s Washington Post article: “Why plummeting Millenial homeownership isn’t as alarming as it seems”
- “Attitudes towards homeownership” ARE NOT fundamentally shifting for millenials.
In the U.S., homeownership has been one of the most well-known | Read more >
As a longtime advocate for equity, inclusion, and social justice, I've become firmly convinced that to achieve universal goals that benefit all sometimes it's necessary to engage in targeted strategies. My Brother's Keeper, a new effort by the Obama Administration to address the | Read more >