Under the Native Storytelling Project, I wrote the original play Menil and Her Heart. Inspired by three traditional Cahuilla stories.
Statement from Olivia Golden on coronvirus bill passed by the U.S. Senate.
Any coronavirus response and economic stimulus package must focus on people with low incomes and communities of color because their needs are urgent. None of us can be safe and healthy unless all of us are.
I am originally from Mexico, but I migrated to D.C. and have been living there for almost 14 years. I am passionate about immigration, the environment, and making sure that youth have the support they need in order to succeed. This is why I hope to continue to create safe and inclusive spaces where immigrant youth can learn how to organize around intersectional issues.
Jonathan P. Jones, MS, is the Commissioner of Recreation, Youth & Workforce Services in Albany, NY - the Capital City of New York! My departments are the connecting links to get healthier and wealthier in our community.
This budget would undermine economic security for students & workers by slashing, cutting, and/or eliminating student aid & workforce development programs.
Statement from Hannah Matthews about President Trump's budget proposal.
This brief by Lauren Walizer discusses what CLASP has learned from working with states to enact such changes and develop a comprehensive and collaborative strategy to dedicate themselves to this work long-term.
Making equitable gains in preventing ACEs requires intervening at the structural level to address systemic racism and oppression.
On October 18, CLASP joined several partners in co-hosting a Capitol Hill briefing entitled “Our Ground, Our Voices, Policy Priorities for Young Women of Color” aimed at policymakers, legislative staffers, and allies.