for years we’ve been cutting income taxes in a way that primarily benefits rich corporations and the wealthiest individuals.
While 9.5% of all babies in Arkansas were born with low birth weights in 2021, the low birth weight rate for Black babies in our state was almost 17%.
Position Overview This is a full-time position in the Northwest Arkansas office of Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families (AACF). This position will lead fundraising efforts in Northwest Arkansas to raise unrestricted funds to support AACF’s mission to ensure...
Arkansas has lost $757 million public dollars 2022-2023 due to income tax cuts.
Arkansas was among 13 states across the United States to earn a bottom ranking.
Even when the bills we oppose pass, or the bills we support don't, we are encouraged to see the issues we care about gaining traction in the media.
The proposed changes would offer only meager benefits to most low- and middle-income taxpayers, versus a windfall to our state’s wealthiest households and corporations.
Another round of tax breaks won’t do much to help the average Arkansan, and they definitely won’t get Arkansas where we need to be.
Position Overview Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families (AACF) seeks a dynamic, self-starter to assist marketing and communications efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of communications while working for a well-known nonprofit organization. This...
Emancipation Day | Black Independence Day | Juneteenth June 19, 1865, marks the day that Black enslaved people in Galveston, Texas, were informed they had been declared free more than two years prior, when President Lincoln signed the Emancipation...