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Public Charge Rule Change Is an Attack on Immigrant Communities

(AP Photo/David Zalubowski) (March 4, 2020) We’re disappointed that last week, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services put into effect the rule change around public charge.

March 4, 2020

These Modern-Day Harriet Tubmans Are Leading People to Freedom

Our grantee Susan Burton is an example of those carrying on Harriet’s legacy. As the founder of A New Way of Life Reentry Project, Burton is helping women leaving prison by providing them with shelter and helping them find jobs.

February 18, 2020

What I Learned Touring Prisons in Finland and Norway

In December 2019, I spent two weeks touring prisons in Finland and Norway, shocked to see with my own two eyes what a reformed criminal justice system looks like in action.

February 15, 2020

Everytable Makes Good Food Available to Everyone, No Exceptions

Everytable serves healthy grab-and-go meals—salads and hot plates—through eight store locations in Los Angeles. The menu choices are informed by the communities where its stores are located, and its meals are prepared fresh every day in the central kitchen, from scratch using quality ingredients.

January 10, 2020

Five Lessons from the Healing In/Justice Convening

Our Healing In/Justice convening, held November 21-22 in San Diego, brought together 200 violence prevention activists, advocates, community organizers and researchers from around the state.

December 18, 2019

Then and Now (and Next): The California Wellness Foundation

Independent Sector speaks to Fatima Angeles, vice president of programs, about the past and the future of The California Wellness Foundation. Fatima has been at the Foundation for 21 years.

December 6, 2019

To Expand Reach, Nonprofits Must Tell Stories That Touch Hearts

Judy Belk Originally published in the Chronicle of Philanthropy on November 6, 2019. When my Grandma Ada tried to explain to me how deeply…

November 7, 2019

As a Black Parent, I Need to Update ‘The Talk’ I Have with My Kids about Police

Judy Belk Originally published in the Los Angeles Times on November 3, 2019. Well, I guess black parents across America will be updating “the…

November 6, 2019

Meaningful Voyaging: A Sabbatical Honoree’s Journey

“My board chair and my wife said ‘you need to apply.’ I applied, and then waited for the ‘thanks but no thanks’ call,” Mr. Mason said. “The day I received a phone call here that I had actually been honored with the sabbatical, I almost fell out of my chair. It couldn’t have come at a better time.”

October 10, 2019

CEO Judy Belk Featured in “Reinvent the Wheel: How Top Leaders Leverage Well-Being for Success”

The following excerpt is from the forthcoming book “Reinvent the Wheel: How Top Leaders Leverage Well-Being for Success,” authored by Megan McNealy and published by…

October 9, 2019
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