Reflecting on 60 years since a pivotal moment of unity at the National Mall, this video delves into America’s ongoing struggle for equity and racial justice.
Community Change Communications Fellow Ayanna Albertson did the math, and her grandmother was just about the same age during the 1963 March on Washington as she was during the 2020 protests against the murder of George Floyd.
I honor Dr. King’s vision by reimagining his words through poetry.
Van life isn’t always just for the likes. This is also a story about housing justice for all.
Here’s one way you can get involved in continuing the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement from the comfort of your own home.
On May 8, childcare providers across the country closed their doors and came together to take action, showing the true cost of care.
Let me take you through what one day without child care looks like.
After making his dream come true, real life wasn’t immediately the experience he imagined. One day, out of desperation to connect with his family, Miguel created a story that illustrated a world of bigger possibilities.
Dedicated to bucking the bootstraps narrative, Doutherd approached the film with an organizer’s eye. She points to the “often boring and unfun” everyday actions of base-building.
Kea Mathis is a community organizer for Detroit People’s Platform fighting for racial justice and equity for low-income Black Detroiters. In this series, “Women of Color on the Front Lines,” made in collaboration with Shelterforce we hear from her how, as a Black woman and a mother, she is deeply affected by returning citizen issues, housing issues, and other issues that impact the Black community.