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Unity Care Founder Receives the Patricia Gardner Changemaker Award

The founder of Unity Care was awarded the Patricia Gardner Changemaker Award from the Silicon Valley Council of Nonprofits. SAN JOSE, CA, UNITED STATES, November 10, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The founder of Unity Care was recently awarded the Patricia Gardner Changemaker Award at the SVCN Nonprofit Impact Awards. He was recognized for his 29 years of service

NOW IS THE TIME

“NOW IS THE TIME for us to make real the promises of democracy.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. When my now-adult children were in elementary school, I began a tradition of pulling out my old CD’s of “Dr. King’s greatest sermons” and sitting with my children as we listened to his most famous speeches on

Juneteenth 2021

It’s Juneteenth, a celebration of the day in 1865 — more than two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation — when enslaved people in Texas finally received word that they were free. We have much to celebrate. Finally, our nation is beginning to wake up and acknowledge the historical crimes against the African

We Stand With Our Asian Brothers and Sisters

We at Unity Care denounce the attacks against Americans of Asian descent and stand together in full support of our Asian brothers and sisters. The attacks on the Asian community are agonizing. The attacks on older Asians are cowardly and pain me to my core. Racism and discrimination hurt all of us, not just the

Dear George Floyd

April 22, 2021 Dear George Floyd: Ten months ago, I wrote to you in the midst of our communities’ grief, anger, and hopelessness, praying that your soul would be at rest as the world came to your defense, finally joining together to say, “enough is enough.” Today, there are new words ringing in my ears:

Dear George Floyd

June 8, 2020 Dear George Floyd: Words cannot express the deep pain in my bones as my heart aches with sorrow for what happened to you at the hands of those who took an oath to protect and serve. I can only pray that your soul is at rest as you sit at the feet

Systemic racism worsens homelessness for people of color

As we’ve long known, people of color are much more likely to experience homelessness than their White neighbors, and at rates that are disproportionate to their makeup of the general population. Now, a new report on Race & Homelessness by Destination: Home and SPARC (Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities) looks at the causes and potential

Join Us In Changing The World!

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would have been 91 this month. Today, more than 50 years after King was assassinated, his words — like this thought from his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” — still ring with truth: “… we must see the need of having nonviolent gadflies to create the kind of tension in

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