Every day we work to support and build inclusive, powerful, and healthy communities characterized by racial equity and economically just systems
Healthy people need healthy communities. We recognize that racial equity and economic inclusion overlap. We cannot have one without the other. We also recognize that our effort to build racial equity and economically just systems commits us to changing the education, health, and political systems under which we all live. These changes mean healthier people, an increase in community power, and creating equitable and just places.