50 Years Later: The Kerner Report Remains Relevant in the Fight for Racial Wealth Equity

By Funke Aderonmu, RESULTS 2018 Emerson Hunger Fellow
April 24, 2018

As an Emerson National Hunger Fellow at RESULTS, I’ve been researching federal housing policy and its impact on racial wealth inequality in the US. To understand this better, I took some time to reflect on the 50th Anniversary of the Kerner Report, which came out in the 1960s at the height of the Civil Rights movement and a time when the country was wrestling with its legacy of racism.

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Congress is voting on a bill that would leave more people hungry. Let’s get this in the headlines.

By Colin Smith, Director of Communications
April 24, 2018

The House Farm Bill would make it harder for more than a million low-income households to put food on the table, by cutting access to SNAP. Given the daily avalanche of breaking news, this dangerous proposal might not get the attention it deserves. Let's make sure it does.

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A sneak peek…

April 17, 2018

What’s in store at this year’s International Conference? Here’s a sneak peek.

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2018 Grassroots Board Member Election Nominations

By RESULTS Grassroots Board Members
April 13, 2018

Would you like to take a leadership role in the governance of our RESULTS community? Do you know someone who you think would be a strong voice for guiding our national organization?

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