Public transportation agencies in the United States are exploring new Mobility as a Services (MaaS) models to supplement traditional services, yet transportation disparities persist in Black communities and disproportionately impact access. This publication highlights the effects of historical red lining practices and offers policy recommendations to keep Black communities in mind.
The United States’ long-standing practices of racism have resulted in health inequities that disproportionately affect the Black community. This policy brief sheds light on the critical intersection between environmental justice and Black health, examining environmental hazards, health disparities, and potential solutions.
In response to the proposed $60.3 billion cut in the Fiscal Year 2024 Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, this policy brief delves into the potential consequences for education equity, focusing on Title I and Title II programs.
This case study examines barriers returning citizens encounter, current state and federal reentry practices/legislation, and policy solutions to ensure returning citizens adequately acclimate to their communities.
This fact sheet examines the role of the Executive Branch, Congress, and the community in implementing preventive measures toward economic security.
This policy brief offers a concise overview of the historical context that necessitates its creation, the essential aspects, and details of H.Res. 615: Condemning Revisionist Education and Revisionist History in Relation to the African American Experience, and its role in rectifying historical accuracy and fostering racial equity within the realm of education.
This policy brief examines the Biden-Harris Administration’s substantial financial commitment toward the maternal health crisis, provides an overview of the extensive repercussions of the maternal health crisis, and offers a detailed analysis of the strategies proposed.
As companies seek ways to address systemic and social injustice beyond a reactionary response, CBCF introduces this CSR and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) guide to offer forward-thinking, racially progressive strategies and best practices that will create earnest value and impact for all Black stakeholders.
Implicit bias has prevented Black Americans from benefiting from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMS or CMMI)’s objective to enhance care quality. This op-ed outlines the current CMS system and provides recommendations to address racial bias in healthcare.
This fact sheet depicts the power of the Black vote in the U.S. cities with the largest Black population, voter engagement in the 2020 election, and an Informed Voter Toolkit with information about new voting and election laws and other voting resources.