Former Community Change Taconic Distinguished Fellow Sophia Bracy Harris Embarks on a New Journey with her Soon-to-be Published Memoir
If you asked 10-year-old Sophia Bracy Harris what she wanted to be when she grew up, I might have told you that I wasn’t sure that I’d even get the […]
My oldest teen got sick with Covid-19 at the end of June, and I contracted it shortly afterwards. I’ve been sick for three months now and the fatigue, pain, and […]
We All Want to Get Back to Our Lives. Please Get Vaccinated.
Everything felt hopeful two months ago. New Mexico, the state where I live, consistently maintained a vaccination rate above the national average. In June, New Mexico met its reopening goals. […]
Schools Aren’t Teaching Critical Race Theory, But I Wish They Would
In the United States, we always come back to Martin Luther King’s dream that no one will be discriminated against based on the color of their skin. But we are […]
7 Things You Didn’t Know About the Best New Tax Benefit for Families
Payments from the expanded child tax credit will start hitting bank accounts on July 15. Here’s everything you need to know. As part of pandemic recovery efforts, the American Rescue […]
Back in my early 20s, I proudly wore the job title of “coffee girl.” I had five years of experience by the time I was 22, working full-time at a […]
April is traditionally filled with patronizing one of the oldest forms of literary art — poetry. During National Poetry Month, audiences typically attend readings and discussions and use this time […]
Convening of the Housing Narrative Project: Re-centering the Conversation About Housing Around Love, Belonging, and Human Dignity
The year-long Housing Narrative Project is rooted in a bottom-up approach that listens to the voices of the most impacted and those working on the front lines of the housing […]
In the United States, race is still a social construct that shapes how other people treat you. No matter how you may personally identify, how someone else sees you can […]16122 Views
“I don’t look black, I’m not treated black, but I feel black. I know I’m white-passing and frankly, it’s frustrating,” said James, 32. “I feel like I’m whitewashing my own […]7394 Views
Donald Trump selected a clear partisan as his pick to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy who announced his resignation at the end of the Supreme Court’s term. Federal appeals court judge […]4849 Views
If I ever have a daughter, I am going to tell her about the patriotism and heroism of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. And if I ever have a daughter, I […]4629 Views
Sarah Capdeville of Missoula, Montana discusses her concerns about extended federally funded unemployment benefits ending and what that means for people looking for safe working conditions during a pandemic.
Sarah Capdeville of Missoula, Montana describes her experiences and concerns around unemployment benefits during the pandemic as a person with chronic illness.
Through this pandemic, we held each other up while amplifying the leaders that spoke with the conviction of their lived experiences – voices demanding lasting change and building a better […]