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Identifying Pathways for Upward Mobility
February 28, 2021
As a result of discriminatory institutionalized policies and practices, children of color are less likely to be on track for healthy development than their white peers, a report from the Urban Institute finds. Based on data from the Social Genome Model — which identifies developmental and social mobility patterns from birth through ages 5, 8,...
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Ananias House

Ananias House

February 23, 2021

Ananias House provides training and resources to local churches and Christian leaders in nine countries including Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, and Algeria, where many church leaders have fled for safety reasons, creating a spiritual leadership vacuum....

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Black Dollar Index
February 25, 2021

The index is a multi-factor scoring system that rates top consumer-facing corporations from 0 – 100 based on their performance in ten racial equity categories.... 

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Five Days: The Fiery Reckoning of an American City

Five Days: The Fiery Reckoning of an American City

Wes Moore (New York: One World, 2020)
October 16, 2020

Emilia Charno, a former intern with the Global Partnerships team at Candid, writes that beyond the stories of the eight Baltimoreans recounted in the book, Five Days is a conversation about how American society treats its economically vulnerable....

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