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Traveling across the country in support of states and organizations as they work to address racial equity, I often find myself reflecting on why it is such a difficult undertaking. Notably, the challenge I often face is helping people get to an agreed-upon definition of racial equity itself. Case in point – the Southern Rural […]
As we approach the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, I look ahead to the next battle in LGBTQI equality: our health data. June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn, in Greenwich Village, was in many ways, LGBTQI Independence Day. A little more than a decade later, our D-Day came and we all landed on […]
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When parents think their school is good and their child is fine academically, they focus their time and energy on other pressing issues. But in most places, there is a Grand Canyon-size gap between what parents are told about their children’s learning and what the school knows to be true.
The committee tasked with finding a CEO consisted of Algiers board members, in collaboration with HCM Strategists, and the organizations narrowed the pool of applicants from more than 50 to three last month.