Data proves that no matter the amount of financial or services-oriented interventions childhood poverty has remained consistently higher in American than in any other industrialized country.
Our hypothesis is that interventions that afford the most opportunities for social capital to be utilized will be most effective in alleviating social diseases such as childhood poverty, climate change, and mass incarceration.
Join us in proving Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to be correct when he said:
As long as there is poverty in the world I can never be rich. As long as diseases are rampant I can never be totally healthy. I can never be who I ought to be until you are what you ought to be.