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16 May 2017
Your American Dream Score
26 July 2017
On privilege: Why discomfort is a sign of progress
19 July 2017
Every day, we rely on digital infrastructure built by volunteers. What happens when it fails?
27 June 2017
Report: How pop culture works for social change
21 June 2017
Informal is the new normal: Why informal employment is here to stay
Ghada Abdel Tawab
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Program Associate, Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice
Attitudes around drug use are changing and the "War on Drugs" has failed—especially in communities of color. Updated policy is needed to create a more humane drug policy.
Program Officer, Equitable Development
Program Officer, Inclusive Economies
Eric K. Ward,
Program Officer, Gender, Racial, and Ethnic Justice
Foundation staff weigh in on Obama's final State of the Union, and his takes on criminal justice reform, raising the minimum wage, climate change, discrimination, and inequality
There is genuine momentum to examine justice issues and bipartisan interest in reassessing corrections at both the state and federal level.
A group from Ford traveled to Selma to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.