Marguerite Casey Foundation is nurturing a national family-led movement for justice and equity, focusing on advocacy, activism and education. For families, poverty is not a single issue. Here is a sample of 2019 Equal Voice stories about education and hope.
Jan. 28, 2019
The first Muslim travel ban went into effect on Jan. 28, 2017. Nationwide, the ban continues to affect numerous families, who are asking: If this is separating loved ones and making communities weaker, why are we doing this? Learn more by reading the story.
Feb. 22, 2019
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Alabama places lynching of African-Americans in the proper context of U.S. history. It serves as a reminder that all Americans must shine a light on injustice. Learn more by reading the story and watching a special Marguerite Casey Foundation Equal Voice video.
June 13, 2019
How does your family celebrate Father’s Day? For 2019, Marguerite Casey Foundation’s Equal Voice spoke with dads about the day, spending time with loved ones and the importance of fatherhood in a growing and diverse country. Learn more by reading the story.
July 10, 2019
It was once thought Black farming communities would vanish by 2000. But families who run these farms are continuing this important work. Marguerite Casey Foundation’s Equal Voice chronicles a Black farming community in this special report. Learn more by reading the story.
Oct. 24, 2019
Learn how low-income families and grassroots organizers are working together to plant community and school gardens so residents can have better access to healthy and affordable food. They’re not only fighting hunger. They’re also building community trust. Learn more by reading the story.
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