Leaders must commit to ensuring that the federal government proactively works to ensure all of its actions are anti-racist and produce equitable outcomes.
Today, despite record low unemployment, our economy simply does not provide enough full-time jobs for everyone who wants one, leaving millions of people in search of work.
While the likelihood of passage is low with the current Senate and White House occupant, “A Just Society” creates a strong vision for what it takes to address poverty.
This past Sunday, the 2019 BET Awards recognized the best in entertainment and culture. One of the most noteworthy celebrations of Black culture came from host Regina Hall who – […]
May was Mental Health Awareness Month—a critical time to increase public awareness around mental health and fight stigmas that prevent so many people from accessing the services they need. Addressing […]
Last week, Essence and the All-In Cities initiative at PolicyLink hosted the first virtual roundtable for the ESSENCE-PolicyLink Mayors Roundtable focused on “Black Women’s Empowerment.” This gave the mayors in […]
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell's Win Is Just The Beginning Of Black Women Overhauling Politics