Covid laid bare, once again, deep systemic inequities that create barriers to healthy diets and dignified work, education and even internet access. In a post-Covid world, a sustainable recovery must have justice and parity at its heart, both in the U.S. and globally.
In this Matter of Impact, our team and grantees share how we are reimagining a more inclusive future. From ground breaking worker-owned companies, to using food as medicine, to creating inclusive technology incubators, to developing racially unbiased A.I. algorithms, this issue introduces the pioneering people who are partnering with The Rockefeller Foundation to change lives, empower communities, and work toward an innovative and inclusive recovery. Read on and join us.
This shattered any notion I might have about machine neutrality.
Three jobs and he still couldn’t support his family--until he joined a worker-owned company.
Doctors prescribe vegetables, insurance pays, and patients heal.
Selling an ambitious plan to expand high-speed internet across the U.S. became far easier after …
Faith leaders pushing for tax reforms as a moral issue.
A small business incubator is born in a marginalized Louisville neighborhood.
A lending fund based on community values is a game-changer.
Jobs-and-food initiative meeting the needs of food-insecure families.
The Covid-19 pandemic did not cause the inequities in the U.S. financial system, but it …
Small businesses are struggling to recover from Covid-19, and Black-owned businesses are among the hardest …
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