Shelter’s Engage in Innovation to End Homelessness
In midst of the election cycle, we are used to hearing that voting is our most fundamental civic duty. At the same time, it’s important not to lose sight of other […]
In today’s blog, Julian Omidi discusses how a few men came together and made a huge difference in the lives of the children in their community.
The quality of education in low-income areas, especially in predominantly black communities, has been found dramatically lacking for years; many […]
In today’s entry, Julian Omidi discusses the possible consequences and causes of children missing school.
Attendance zoning is a topic that’s often controversial within school districts across the nation. An estimated four out of five public school students attend the schools they were assigned to by […]
When we think about rescue crews, we usually picture paramedics and firefighters rushing to and from emergencies. What happens after is rarely considered. But one rescue crew believed their civic duty to help a particular victim went beyond escorting him to the emergency room.
After responding to a […]