Criminalizing Poverty

“Held captive.” It was how one 13-year-old described the feeling of growing up poor in our wealthy nation, and for more and more Americans living in poverty, this feeling isn’t just… Read more


Uber partnering with Jobs for Life

RALEIGH, N.C. — Uber is partnering with Triangle nonprofits to provide skills training and entrepreneurial opportunities in an effort to recruit more than 5,000 drivers across North Carolina,… Read more


Saving Face: From Gangster to Glory

In the similar fashion that Saul was confronted by God while walking down the road to Damascus with plans to inflict pain on others, Face was brutally beating (initiating) a young man (referred to as… Read more


In the US, 1.7 Million Don't Have Access to Clean Drinking Water. This Grandma Is Changing That

Darlene Arviso’s mornings begin early, usually before the sun rises over the high desert plateau of the Navajo Nation in the northwest corner of New Mexico. Parking a bright yellow,… Read more


Inside the Revival of One of the Nation's Most Notorious Housing Projects

You hear four words — “South Central Los Angeles” — and images immediately come to mind. Empty streets of boarded storefronts, riddled with bullet holes. Sidewalks peppered… Read more

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