By Charlotte Terrell, Talent Management Specialist and Past President of The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (2003-2004) This year has been one like no other. It started as most do with celebrations of a new year and the innumberable possibilities that await. Then COVID-19 happened, and we didn’t have a clear idea of what tomorrow… Read More
By Melissa R. Brogdon, MS.Ed, CFRE The pursuit of equity in Atlanta has remained perpetually elusive. Leaders from every nonprofit and many corporations have continuously convened and collaborated to provide solutions that bring us steps closer to helping all Atlantans truly access the promise of our resurgent city. This article was first published on Saporta… Read More
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Generational poverty occurs in families where at least two generations have been born into poverty. Unlike situational poverty, which occurs when someone experiences a sudden change in circumstances (job, illness, divorce, etc.), generational poverty is part of a cycle that is often incredibly hard to break out of.
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