Where to find our new home and the storytelling you have come to expect.
Equal Voice, a home for stories of families leading change and creating solutions in their communities, is now accessible through the Marguerite Casey Foundation’s website is where you will find powerful storytelling, photos, and videos that elevate the voices of low-income families.
You’ll now be able to access Equal Voice from the Foundation’s home page. This will happen automatically, but you’ll want to bookmark the new address so you don’t miss the compelling stories, projects, and essays.
In 2018, Equal Voice, an award-winning publication, will continue to explore the many interconnected issues that low-income families face inside and beyond the National Family Platform. These stories will explore organizing trends, the future of the safety net, gentrification, economic development, the pursuit of a living wage, and what it means to become “undocumented” in America. You will find helpful tools, such as news-you-can-use boxes that help readers learn more about an issue, ways to win, and updates on grantees’ work.
We will continue to offer in-depth and multimedia storytelling, along with shorter stories on important developments for low-income families and grantees. Moving forward, we will tell stories in new ways through social media, videos, and podcasts, empowering families to tell their own stories in their own voices, part of the Foundation’s commitment to storytelling that can drive change.
The new home clearly features Equal Voice as a sub-brand of Marguerite Casey Foundation that supports the work of the Foundation with storytelling. As part of this move to a new home, we developed a new logo, tagline – “Behind every family there’s a story.” – and webpage for Equal Voice that positions it as a digital storytelling platform.
We hope you continue to find Equal Voice a compelling, interesting, and informative place for article and stories. Thank you for your support and readership.