June 14, 2021
It is the fourth in a series of events examining the steps Congress and the Biden administration could take to finally end food insecurity in this country
May 25, 2021
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April 29, 2021
If we truly want to make meaningful improvements to social service programs and systems, we must understand the experience of those using them. And that starts with equitably valuing their insights.
April 20, 2021
Our healthcare system is failing because for-profit companies do not have the incentive to collaborate and build a better system together. To build equitable solutions for our communities, we need to intentionally center our work on racial equity, not profits.
April 8, 2021
Residents in several Northwest Detroit neighborhoods are now able to reach an innovative and dynamic directory of support services — from housing to childcare to job training — on their phones, laptops and desktop computers through the efforts of Detroit’s Live6 Alliance and the social technology nonprofit Alluma.
March 24, 2021
This recent onslaught of anti-Asian violence is firmly rooted in our country’s long history of systemic and cultural racism against people of Asian descent. And we are not doing enough to give all the families of this country the chance to live out their lives in security and happiness.
March 22, 2021
Tahira Cunningham, chief of staff for Alluma, says nonprofits she’s worked with use fellowship and internship programs to promote growth for women and people of color.
March 22, 2021
Eleven years ago, on March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law. While we join our peers in applauding the tenth anniversary of this bedrock legislation, we know there’s still unfinished business to attend to: interoperability.
March 8, 2021
Government is essential to fostering equity and making improvements in people's lives. But it plays a key role in maintaining racial inequity. This is the paradox we must confront and overcome if we truly want to build a fair safety net system.