Social Justice Interns Wanted
President & CEO Guillermo Mayer joined hundreds of people at his church recently to commemorate Black History Month. His experience provoked a different kind of reflection than what he experienced in the past. This time it was deeply personal.
In the final posting of her three-part series, Staff Attorney Marybelle Nzegwu concludes by returning her focus to the disparate impact standard, illustrating why it continues to be a vital tool for achieving civil rights.
Twenty years after President Clinton signed Executive Order 12898, many environmental justice advocates are dissatisfied.
Back in November, things seemed bleak for the LCFF emergency regulations. But an impressive turnout from grassroots communities and advocates, and our behind the scenes work, led to a significantly improved final product.
President & CEO Guillermo Mayer reflects about how fulfilling it was to see California make progress on questions of equality that only ten years ago seemed politically impossible.