Creating a Healthier Arkansas for Black Women

On April 12, during Black Maternal Health Week, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families hosted a forum on the current status of Black women’s health in Arkansas. This forum addressed the maternal mortality and morbidity crisis and explored additional...

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Anti-Equity Bills Narrowly Avoided

skills and gaining the knowledge that will guide them through adulthood. We’re thankful that Arkansas lawmakers adjourned their special session this week without taking up harmful legislation that would have undermined that objective.

Language Matters: Why I Choose Latine

As National Hispanic Heritage Month ends, I would like to take a moment to reflect on language: how we use it to include or exclude certain populations, how language adapts and changes, how important it is to let marginalized...