Sources:  United States Army,  US Dept. of Commerce,  Kellogg Cultures of Giving Report,  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Something magical happens when we lift our voices. It's called "change." Throughout this campaign, our leaders are using their voices to influence narratives, opinions, and practices that affect us.
“Freedom is experienced as deliberation, decision and responsibility.” —Martin Luther King Jr. It’s time for black leaders to end our Stepin Fetchit approach to racial equity. Overemphasizing our failings has unified friend and foe in... Read More
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