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.
Solidarity against Hatred
A History of Anti-Asian Hate in the United States
The Atlanta-area shooting was just the latest instance of rising violence against people of Asian descent. We need to understand its roots—and the intersecting factors at work—to stop hate’s spread.
A Just Recovery
How to Ensure a Truly Global Recovery
The Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz explains how policymakers on the international level can make sure that the post-pandemic recovery doesn't make economic injustice even worse.
A Victory for Workers
Why Uber’s Loss Is a Win for Labor Rights
Thanks to a recent ruling from the United Kingdom’s highest court, Uber will now be recognized as what it has always been—an employer. This marks a significant step forward for workers’ rights in the gig economy.