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Census 2020: How Is Philanthropy Responding to the Citizenship Question?

Release Date: 
08/02/2018

The inclusion of the citizenship status question on the next census has funders and advocates even more worried about getting a full and accurate count in 2020. The concerns add to earlier warnings about low funding, access and data security.

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PBS SoCal to Create STEM Library Corner at the Compton Library Through Edison International Grant

Release Date: 
08/01/2018

PBS SoCal recently received a $30,000 grant from Edison International, the parent company of Southern California Edison, to create a STEM Library Corner at the Compton Library.

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Struggling to Stay Afloat: The Real Cost Measure in California 2018

Release Date: 
07/30/2018

This month United Ways of California released Struggling to Stay Afloat: The Real Cost Measure in California 2018. This report dives into the financial challenges of working families in California by dissecting groups based on neighborhood, race/ethnicity, household type, education and citizenship.

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Jewish Community Foundation Awarded Record $100M in Grants Last Year

Release Date: 
07/20/2018

The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles announced that it awarded a record $100 million in grants to more than 2,600 nonprofit organizations last year.

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Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Grants $1 Million to Further Research-Driven Homelessness Policy

Release Date: 
07/20/2018

Homelessness Policy Research Institute drives work to end homelessness in Los Angeles
by convening top researchers and policymakers

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SCG President's Message - July 2018

Release Date: 
07/09/2018

I hope everyone had a chance to enjoy the Independence Day holiday. This year, the holiday held a special meaning and importance for me. I struggled to find a narrative of what it means to love our country when there is so much injustice taking place here on a daily basis. Despite our aspirations and achievements as a country, the United States has a long history of injustices – from slavery and Jim Crow laws to modern-day xenophobia and racism. And, as generations of Americans have tried to do before us – albeit inconsistently and with mixed success – we must continue to fulfill our responsibility to stand up to injustice when we see it.

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