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6 April 2018
With Four Freedoms, Four Responsibilities
18 May 2018
Off the beaten track, women leaders are on the rise
15 May 2018
#DefendPR art exhibition reveals the Puerto Rican experience in all its complexity
23 April 2018
In our Grantee Perception Report, there's room for improvement—here’s how we’re responding
2 April 2018
Public Interest Tech: A growing field you should know
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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, Natural Resources and Climate Change
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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.