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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 >

Moving from Zero Tolerance to Restorative

Moving from Zero Tolerance to Restorative

09 Dec 2013 |

As described in the New York Times last week (“Seeing the Toll, Schools Revise Zero Tolerance”), Broward County should be commended for recognizing that zero tolerance actions can backfire. Los Angeles Unified School District acknowledged the failure of these punitive policies in | 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 >

Celebrating Two Powerful Anniversaries with Action

Celebrating Two Powerful Anniversaries with Action

18 Oct 2013 | Marc Philpart

Originally posted on The Institute for Black Male Achievement blog.

Today marks the 18th anniversary of the Million Man March and the 45th anniversary of the Black Power Salute at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City—two landmark moments in our nation’s history where the | Read more >

How to Build on the Work of Dr. King

How to Build on the Work of Dr. King

28 Aug 2013 | Angela Glover Blackwell

“As we mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington today, it’s clear that the nation has made great strides to advance equality, but our society remains inequitable. Continuing the work of Dr. King and all the others who have sought to build a truly inclusive nation has | Read more >