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Center for Commmunity Change
The Center for Community Change builds the power and capacity of low-income people, esp. low-income people of color, to change their communities for the better.
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Center for Commmunity Change 3h
The experience of gender discrimination is not monolithic — women in each racial, ethnic and identity group have particular problems in employment, education, housing, and interactions with law enforcement, the courts and government.
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Center for Commmunity Change 6h
Heart disease has been linked to depression, loneliness, unemployment and poverty.
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Center for Commmunity Change 8h
Almost everyone who has studied video visitation also mentions one other thing: video visitation is glitchy. The technology doesn’t work; the sound or the image doesn’t come through, or the calls cut off in the middle.
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Center for Commmunity Change 9h
The Supreme Court said on Monday that it would not hear an appeal in a case that could have resolved whether a federal law prohibits employers from discriminating against gay and lesbian workers.
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Center for Commmunity Change 11h
This week marks the 50th anniversary of Major Robert H. Lawrence, Jr., America’s first black astronaut. This year, he is receiving the recognition he’s long deserved.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 11
Black Americans have been gaining ground in the labor market this expansion, narrowing the gap with white workers to a historic low.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 11
Under the new system, in-person visits are no longer allowed. Instead, all visits now must be done by video. Each video visit made from home costs $12.99 for 20 minutes. In-person visits used to be free.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 11
has the worst poverty in the developed world.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 11
Economic inequality and racial discrimination are closely linked with civil rights abuses, particularly in Alabama and other states across the South.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 11
Black people tend to experience more labor-market volatility, with employment rising during business-cycle highs and falling sharply back when recession strikes.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 10
In one of the poorest cities in the nation, offers an opportunity to improve the quality of life for tech professionals seeking to excel in their career and inspire the lives of kids through mentoring and computer programming.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 10
Vulnerable women get a second chance to build a life on their terms creating healthy, healing products.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 10
The nonprofit, , trains youth of color to be the next generation of techies and practices the economic justice preached.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 9
Poverty rates have also increased in the nation’s urban cores, which have generally recovered more quickly from the worst recession in modern history.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 9
Americans “are in greater pain than citizens of other countries” and have been growing steadily more miserable for decades
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 9
The number of rural Americans living in poverty has skyrocketed in recent years amidst an economic evolution that has cost hundreds of thousands of manufacturing and mining jobs.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 8
The president is coming to America’s poorest, blackest state to open a civil rights museum on Saturday, and people in the neighborhoods surrounding that gleaming tribute to the past would rather have Donald Trump visit their present.
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 8
"For a person with limited resources, like I had been for almost a decade, even considering something like Whole30 would be out of the question."
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New Columbia Solar Dec 8
The NCS Crew was hard at work this week installing for the The Center for Community Change. The 30kW system will reduce this nonprofit's energy expenses and showcase their commitment for sustainability!
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Center for Commmunity Change Dec 8
From our fellow , " I Tried The Diet, And This Is What I Learned."
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