Voting is the muscle that strengthens democracy, and we all have the chance to exercise our rights for the health of our country and communities.
The music video for “Poder del Pueblo” is a love letter to the Columbia Heights, D.C. neighborhood the band is named after and the organizing work Community Change continues to lead.
It seems like no accident that Black Women’s Equal Pay Day is among the reason we need be register to vote and bring our loved ones to the polls in November.
Child care providers and parents deserve dignity and recognition for the labor that they do every day to support not just our families, but the broader community.
Since 1967, International Literacy Day has been celebrated on the 8th of September. This year’s theme, “Transforming Literacy Learning Spaces” gives us a chance to understand the importance of literacy learning spaces as a way to create resiliency, ensure quality, and create an equitable education for all.
Learning that I qualified for SNAP benefits as a student helped me focus on more than just meeting my basic needs.
Many borders are crossed in the struggle for a future that allows migrants safe entry into our country and a place that nurtures the livelihoods of immigrants rooted in our communities.
Community Change Communications Fellow Amani Southerland asks students in Georgia how they feel after the Supreme Court decision to overturn landmark abortion case Roe v Wade.
Ayanna Albertson gathered with her grandmother, mother and sister to make space for the different decisions they faced when providing care for their children.
Thousands of parents, providers and grassroots organizers led more than 50 grassroots events in 27 states + Washington D.C. across the country on May 9, a national #DayWithoutChildCare.