The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every aspect of our lives. Stand Together is doing all we can to promote individual and community healing through the institutions of government, business, education, and communities.
A lot of work remains to be done when it comes to policing reform, but state-level policy changes supported by the Stand Together community organization Americans for Prosperity are already making an impact.
The feature celebrates Stand Together’s work to address some of the nation’s biggest challenges and why CEO Brian Hooks was named to the 2021 TIME100 Next list.
West Tenth believes that home-based businesses may become the professional path forward for millions of women. Stand Together Ventures Lab is investing in the digital platform to help lower barriers to entrepreneurship for women.
Stand Together joined other major national organizations as founding partners of the new Second Chance Business Coalition (SCBC), an effort committed to expanding hiring and advancement practices for people with criminal records.
Actor Jesse Williams was featured on GMA3 for the launch of BeGreat, an online platform he co-founded that will offer virtual courses taught by diverse leaders and innovators across different industries.
COVID-19 has presented many challenges, but they have made space for innovation in education and invited new solutions to the table as parents, teachers, and educators re-imagined how curriculums could be delivered to students beyond classroom walls.
Stand Together announced the launch of the Common Ground: Immigration Pop-Up Exhibit at the George W. Bush Presidential Center. This installation launches alongside President Bush’s book and exhibit “Out of Many, One: Portraits of America’s Immigrants.”
As the national conversation around COVID-19 shifted from public health to political division, the Village Square stepped in to facilitate public “politics-free” status updates from local leaders and medical experts.
To celebrate Second Chances Month, we caught up with Jeff Korzenik about his new book, “Untapped Talent: How Second Chance Hiring Works for Your Business and the Community.”
For faster innovation during COVID-19, economist Tyler Cowen and Stripe CEO Patrick Collison set out to strip away red tape and change the way grants are awarded.
The new e-book, “The Stories of Our Table”, celebrates the culinary contributions, stories, and life lessons of immigrants in this country.