Read our interview with Elliott Hinkle, member of the HOPE National Advisory Board and the HOPE Family and Community Experts Council. “HOPE is like, when someone brings you a problem and you want them to also bring a solution. How are we thinking differently about the work and moving beyond what is bad and what is hard to how we are going to make any change here. It has given me, funnily enough, hope in the work.”
Sunday, June 19th is a day of celebrating both freedom and fathers, and we are taking the opportunity to acknowledge the significance of Black fathers specifically by talking to John Verdejo, member of the FACEs (Family and Community Experts) of HOPE Advisory Council.
The HOPE National Resource Center is adopting the Key equity terms and concepts: A glossary for shared understanding, from the Center for the Study of Social Policy.
Jane Stevens, Founder and Publisher at PACEs Connections, wrote the blog below discussing the ways the better access to PCEs could have prevented the Uvalde school shooting.