Building Power so We All Can Eat

Changes in federal policy around the child tax credit and school lunches are poised to exacerbate already rising levels of hunger and food insecurity. Come hear how FRESH New London, a small but mighty organization, is working to take care of people, build power, and change systems in New London, Connecticut. Transcript Alicia McAvay: [00:00:03] …

Schools that Work for Black and Brown Families

11/6/22 Step Up New London is a Black and Brown parent led organization that fights for equitable solutions that address injustices that New London, Connecticut community members experience in accessing quality education and housing. This podcast tells the story of how and why Step Up was developed. It includes content about the group’s campaign to …

Naming Things Truly and the Challenge of Bringing People Along

This is the third in a series of podcasts that highlight the work of organizations forwarding equity in Southeastern Connecticut (full transcript below). The First Congregational Church of Old Lyme received a Partnership Grant from the Health Improvement Collaborative of Southeastern CT (HIC) as part of the Collaboratives’ work funded by the Cross Sector Innovation Initiative Grant (CSII).