Spring Will Not Be Silent in North Carolina

Spring Will Not Be Silent in North Carolina

08 Feb 2014 |

“While [Rachel] Carson knew that one book could not alter the dynamic of the capitalist system, an environmental movement grew from her challenge, led by a public that demanded that science and government be held accountable.  Carson remains an example of what one committed | Read more >

Transportation Equity Back on Track

Transportation Equity Back on Track

31 Jan 2014 | Anita Cozart

This month, as we commemorate the life and work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I noted with pride that Dr. King lifted up transportation as an economic and social equity issue. He wrote, in an essay titled “A Testament of Hope”:

“Urban transit systems in most American cities, | Read more >

Out of Many, One

Out of Many, One

10 Dec 2013 | Anita Cozart

On a recent Sunday morning, I rode the bus to attend a service at my church. I sat next to a woman in her seventies—about 40 years my senior—also making her way to church. She and I have gotten to know each other over a few years of riding that route. During our Sunday bus rides, | Read more >

Bay Area Equity Collaborative Honors Kalima Rose

Bay Area Equity Collaborative Honors Kalima Rose

26 Nov 2013 | Jennifer Pinto

Kalima Rose, PolicyLink Senior Director, was honored for her foresight in advocating for equity to be included as part of the Sustainable Communities Initiative process. “That advocacy convinced the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to make equity a part of the | Read more >

L.A. Community Wins New Rail Stop to Catalyze Local Economy

L.A. Community Wins New Rail Stop to Catalyze Local Economy

11 Jul 2013 | America's Tomorrow

Six years of organizing and advocacy have resulted in victory for a coalition of residents, business owners, and grassroots leaders demanding a light rail stop in Leimert Park Village, the heart of Los Angeles’s African American community. The victory marks a crucial step toward | Read more >

Six Ways to Build an Equitable Economy in 2013

Six Ways to Build an Equitable Economy in 2013

30 Jan 2013 | Jennifer Pinto

This year, Congress must play a pivotal role in reviving America’s sluggish economy. Prosperity and economic security depend on a growth model that harnesses the talents and skills of all our people – in short, a growth model based on equity. Federal policy can lead the way in | Read more >