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Charged

Do cities go too far with tickets and fines? San Francisco hires a director of financial justice to find out.


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Conference pushes collaboration, family participation to lift struggling families

The best programs that help low-income working families are the programs those families themselves help develop to best meet their needs


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Building Inclusive & Diverse Tech Hubs: The role of leadership


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Building Inclusive and Diverse Tech Hubs: Creating an inclusive culture

CA fellow Wayne Sutton discusses strategies to crete an inclusive culture in startups an tech companies.


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Mia Birdsong interviews the founders of Black Lives Matter

In this conversation with Mia Birdsong, the movement's founders share what they've learned about leadership, hope and inspiration.


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There's more than one right way to be a family

Mia talks about single mom shaming, representation of black families, and the ways our policies don't reflect reality for our families today


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Learning Diversity from the U.S. Government

With the incoming Trump administration, these are uncertain times for the diversity and inclusion crowd.


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How to make sure the future doesn’t ruin your job

At this point automation is inevitable, but that just means we need to think longer and harder about how we prepare for its consequences.


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Civic startup connects constituents, lawmakers


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Labor, tech leaders discuss impact of machines on jobs

Robots haven’t yet replaced most people’s jobs. But as the nature of work changes and machines become capable of taking over more tasks, it’


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Rethinking Policies for the Demands of Modern American Families

Outdated policies aimed toward two-parent households must change to meet the demands of today’s families.


As Our Jobs Are Automated, Some Say We'll Need A Guaranteed Basic Income

Natalie Foster was quoted in NPR Weekend Edition about guaranteed basic income and the future of work.