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Family Consequences of Detention/Deportation | Kaiser Family Foundation

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09/2018
This report explores the direct impacts of detention and deportation on family finances, health, and well-being. The findings are based on interviews with 20 families that recently had a family member detained or deported and 12 legal services providers, health centers, educators, and community organizations serving immigrant fami lies conducted in California, Texas, and Washington, DC during Summer 2018. Most family respondents were Hispanic women with children in the household; immigrants in the families primarily came to the U.S. from Mexico and Central America.
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Solving the Housing Crisis Is Key to Inclusive Prosperity in the Bay Area

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04/2018
This report presents new data and analyses that illustrate how rising rents and stagnant incomes are straining household budgets and stifling opportunity in the nine-county Bay Area, jeopardizing the region’s diversity, growth, and prosperity.
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Relationships Matter: Program Officers, Grantees, and the Keys to Success

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11/2017
Relationships Matter: Program Officers, Grantees, and the Keys to Success sheds light on what constitutes a strong funder–grantee relationship, what nonprofits say it takes for funders to foster such relationships, and the crucial role that program officers play in the equation.
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Jobs for All: The Movement to Restore Employment Rights for Formerly Incarcerated People

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09/2017
NCG member The Rosenberg Foundation recently released a new report on the movement to restore employment rights to formerly incarcerated people. This report, Jobs for All: The Movement to Restore Employment Rights for Formerly Incarcerated People , provides an overview of this powerful movement led by formerly incarcerated people and the most significant policy wins to date and outlining the priorities that are essential for expanding employment opportunities.
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The State of Change: An Analysis of Women and People of Color in the Philanthropic Sector

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08/2017
As the leading voice for philanthropy, the Council on Foundations is committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as a core policy and fundamental operating principle in the philanthropic sector. This report, The State of Change: An Analysis of Women and People of Color in the Philanthropic Sector , helps inform strategies that support DEI efforts.
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An Equity Profile of the Five-County San Francisco Bay Area Region

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08/2017
The San Francisco Foundation together with PolicyLink and PERE, the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at the University of Southern California, recently published this report outlining an equity profile of the Bay Area. This Five-County San Francisco Bay Area Equity Profile adds to the growing body of research that finds that greater economic and racial inclusion fosters stronger economic growth and a more equitable region.
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Heartwired: Human Behavior, Strategic Opinion Research and the Audacious Pursuit of Social Change

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04/2017
Advancing positive and lasting social change in a world that grows more complex each day is hard. Understanding how we break through to our most critical audiences — and developing messages that respectfully and authentically connect with their lived experiences — has become essential to inspiring people to come together to create this change.
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First Look: Restrained Budget Proposal Reflects Uncertainty About Federal Commitments and Economic Conditions

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02/2017
On January 10, Governor Jerry Brown released a proposed 2017-18 budget that reflects both deep uncertainty about looming federal actions and a tempered economic and fiscal outlook for the state. The Governor forecasts revenues that are $5.8 billion lower — over a three-year period — than previously projected and proposes taking steps to address a $1.6 billion projected shortfall for 2017-18. (This gap would be even larger but for the Administration’s assumption that some state General Fund costs will decrease in 2017-18. For example, the Governor proposes to change how the state and counties...
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Bay Area: Closing the Women's Wealth Gap

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02/2017
Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap—What It Is, Why It Matters, and What Can Be Done About It aims to inform a national discussion about the women’s wealth gap, and to catalyze movement towards policy and practical solutions that build wealth for low-income women and women of color.

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