BY JAMES W. HORNE, JR., DECEMBER 2018
We hope that this time of year brings joy and reflection for all the blessing you've received in 2018. READ MORE
May 2018: Repairing the Social Safety Net
March 2018: Improving the Quality of Life
January 2018: The Fierce Urgency of Now: Answering Dr. King's Call
BY JAMES W. HORNE, JR., JANUARY 18, 2017
Fundamental to the concept of being in a “Beloved
Community”is its inclusive nature, both economic and social.
BY JAMES HORNE, AUGUST 15 2016
As the world’s largest privately funded nonprofit organization, the United Way has been an important change-agent in the lives of people across the globe.
Organizations Like Women’s Leadership Council Are The Best Advocates for Issues Facing Young Children
BY JAMES HORNE, MAY 15 2016
The Science of Early Childhood Development, by Jack P. Shonkoff and Deborah Phillips, their analysis states, “All children are born wired for feelings and ready to learn.”
BY JAMES HORNE, APRIL 15 2016
With an aging workforce population and a booming economy, one may think there are many new and promising opportunities for those seeking employment.
BY JAMES HORNE, AUGUST 15 2015
Students who drop out of school are more likely to be living in poverty. We know this as evidence by countless research and also by our own assessments. Furthermore, in lieu of school, youth usually opt for a low-wage job to try to satisfy their material wants but more for their basic needs.
BY JAMES HORNE, OCTOBER 26 2015
The Hall of Fame baseball player, Jackie Robinson, once said, “A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.”
BY JAMES HORNE, SEPTEMBER 15 2015
In 2013, President Obama presented writer, Julia Alvarez, with the National Medal of the Arts. Although she was born in the United States, three-month old infant Julia migrated with her family back to their native land