Black Male Re-Imagined II
On March 5 and 6, the American Values Institute, Open Society Foundations’ Campaign for Black Male Achievement, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and the Ford Foundation hosted Black Male: Re-Imagined II—a two-day summit of 200 of the most thoughtful and creative media influencers, foundation executives, and advocacy organizations to discuss what it really takes to transform authentic perceptions of black men and boys.
Watch the complete event video on Fora.tv.
Housing Is a Right
How One Community Defended Their Homes and Defeated Private Equity
In New Hampshire, the Open Society Foundations, a community development finance group, and a mix of local investors and residents joined together to keep 874 family homes out of private equity’s hands. It worked.
A New Puerto Rico
“We’re More, and We’re Not Afraid”
It’s been two years since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. In the time since, historic protests have forced a hated governor from office—inaugurating a new era of reform and political mobilization.
Irresponsible and Inhumane
The Trump Administration’s Unconscionable Refugee Policy
A rumored cut in the number of refugees accepted into the United States is yet another example of how the Trump administration is failing to uphold basic values of decency and humanity, hurting the United States in the process.