New York cannot abandon human services providers as we continue serving communities hardest hit by COVID-19.
In an op-ed, our President & CEO JoAnne Page explains how the risk of losing state contract payments jeopardizes the survival of nonprofits and endangers lives.READ MORE
Cellphone videos and body cameras have exposed rampant police violence, but behind bars, there are no bystanders to film the daily brutality that disproportionately falls on Black and Brown people. In an op-ed, our Executive Vice President Stanley Richards describes actions needed for reform.READ MORE
In a co-authored opinion article, our Executive Vice President Stanley Richards and NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson call for the immediate release of as many people as safely possible from Rikers Island, where COVID-19 is spreading. Learn how rapid decarceration now will save lives.READ MORE
“If they had my life, they’d be me. If I had their life, I’d be them,” writes Ronni Burns, an adjunct professor at NYU Stern School of Business. On New York Daily News, Professor Burns shares what he’s learned by volunteering at The Fortune Society. Read and share today.READ MORE
"Prison is a kind of battlefield, and what incarceration looks like is unimaginable to those who haven’t experienced it." May is Mental Health Awareness Month. On Thrive Global, read insights from Fortune Social Worker Ali Power on essential things to know about justice involvement and mental health.READ MORE
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposed "Mugshot Ban" is a necessary step to ensuring that individuals who encounter the criminal justice system have fairer opportunities to reenter the community and lead productive lives. In a letter to the editor of the Times Union, Fortune President and CEO JoAnne Page responds to criticism of the ban.READ MORE