National Human Services Assembly

Juvenile Justice is Key to Racial Equity

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Juvenile Justice is Key to Racial Equity

Read the latest from the National Assembly in “Diverting Youth From Justice Systems Is Key to Racial Equity,” an article published in the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange and co-authored by National Assembly Board Members Jeff Fleischer (Youth Advocate Programs) and Adolph Falcón (Alliance for Hispanic Health). The article cites a recent Annie E. Casey Foundation […]

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Recommendations to Biden Administration on Achieving Equity

By Jeff Fleischer, NHSA Board Chair and Adolph Falcón, EVP, National Alliance for Hispanic Health Before, during, and after the pandemic–whenever that time arrives–the nonprofit human service sector has been and will be the bedrock of communities across the country. We showed up in every way a human has needs. We provided shelter and housing, […]

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Leadership Resources on Race and Equity

This year has been a pivotal time in our history. It has called upon our sector’s leaders to confront an abundance of racism, equity, diversity, inclusion, and other issues heightened by the COVID-19 Pandemic and recent acts of police brutality. ProInspire and Building Movement Project have both advanced their work in these areas during unprecedented […]

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Leading with Equity in a Time of Transition

Last month’s 57th anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, once again, reminded all of us to re-examine our work and the path forward. The words still resonate today and compel us to commit to renewed calls for justice and to fulfilling the work which remains undone. As the Board of the National […]

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Leading with Equity – Sector Leadership Spot

By Adolph P. Falcón, National Alliance for Hispanic Health Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Carlos Ingram-Lopez. Killed by police and Floyd and Ingram-Lopez, in their last minutes of life calling out to breathe and then Floyd for his mother and Ingram-Lopez… “Nana, ayúdame.” While media has focused on the fury that followed, I’ve heard something else. […]

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