The majority of public transit riders are low-income people who live in affordable, unsubsidized housing, said Dr. Barbara Brown Wilson, assistant professor of urban and…
As the old-saying goes: Follow the money. People did. And now we know the Red Cross’s $500 million built 6 homes. People want answers.
BERNADETTE TURNER So, what do we do? Acknowledge the problem. We learn early in drug and alcohol recovery the first step- acknowledge there is a problem. Although it’s been documented and the inequities are visible, there hasn’t been a real acknowledgement of how it is problematic for everyone to not change our local practices. At the recent Non Profit summit, the question was asked to philanthropic leaders in a breakout “How are disparities in giving addressed?” All of the panelists stated it’s bigger than the foundation community. It is a systemic problem regionally. Then let’s systematically change it regionally; first, by acknowledging in a big way that current practices need to change.