Kate Walz was formerly the Vice President of Advocacy at the Shriver Center.
The presence of police officers in our schools and their detrimental impact on Black and Brown children is well documented.
Housing authorities can promote health and justice for returning citizens right now
While natural disasters do not discriminate, their long-term impact disproportionately falls on low-income communities of color.
Where the City of Chicago invests resources matters.
The Trump Administration’s rescission proposal is just its latest attack on low-income and working people.
People with records, like everyone else, deserve a place to call home.