ACRE’s Co-ED Bree Carlson joins Non-Profit Quarterly to share how racial injustice relates to economic unfreedom.
ACRE’s Co-ED Saqib Bhatti joins Non-Profit Quarterly to challenge listeners to rethink the causes and effects of inequality.
“The Chamber of Commerce is trying to take a last giant chunk of funding that is meant to help communities and city services recover from the pandemic — money meant for spending on neighborhoods, not on business tax giveaways,” said Arielle Klagsbrun of the Action Center on Race and Economy.
Real community safety comes from addressing the underlying issues that lead to crime and violence.
ACRE’s Veronica Avila co-authors an article underlining the need for app companies to respond to what drivers know will keep them safe: fair pay, job security, and solidarity.