Next year marks the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. For some of us, that day and the days that follow remain sharp in our memories. For those who were too young to remember or not even born yet, that time of great national tragedy is only something that is studied in history class.
The Albuquerque Community Foundation and the United Way of Central New Mexico recognize while we have strengthened our commitments to building diverse, equitable and inclusive practices in our organizations, we see the need to conduct this work more intentionally and broadly in our c
The coronavirus pandemic put into stark relief underlying problems in our society: income inequality, racial inequities and a healthcare system ill equipped to deal with a sudden influx of very sick patients. These challenges, coupled with continued business shutdowns and loss of confiden