Racial Equity Tool Updated

The National Alliance to End Homelessness’s Racial Equity Network (REN) has updated their toolkit. This new update is intended to help providers use the racial equity tool to address inequities in testing, treatment, and service delivery in Black and Brown communities that are contending with the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The tool also includes a section to track and assess who is being vaccinated in a service area. 

Click here to access this tool.

Call to Action for Youth Leaders and Youth-Serving Organizations

The School-Based Health Alliance wants to create a network that allows youth, youth-serving organizations, and school-based health centers from across the country to connect for collaborations and maintain relationships.  

 Whether you are a youth leader, an advocate for a youth group, or a youth-serving organization (e.g., Youth Advisory Council, youth representation on a school health committee, peer education, etc.), please fill out this short 5-minute survey so the School-Based Health Alliance can learn more about you and the work you do. If you have any questions, please email [email protected].  


Request to Endorse the Bipartisan Emergency Family Stabilization Act

In anticipation of the reintroduction of the Emergency Family Stabilization Act, National Network for Youth (NN4Y) is asking organizations to endorse this legislation to support children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness in the wake of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).  

About the Bipartisan Emergency Family Stabilization Act:

  • Creates a new emergency funding stream through the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to provide flexible funding for community-based organizations to meet the unique needs of children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness (as defined by the education subtitle of the McKinney-Vento Act) in the wake of the coronavirus. 
  • Local agencies that currently receive ACF grants or have experience in serving children, families, and unaccompanied youth experiencing homelessness would be eligible to receive funds, including community-based, faith-based, tribal, and culturally-specific organizations and local educational agencies.
  • Special consideration is given to pregnant women, pregnant and parenting youth, children under age 6, children with disabilities, families experiencing domestic violence, survivors of sexual assault or human trafficking, historically marginalized and underserved communities of color, and families and youth in rural areas.
  • Funds may be used for a wide range of housing, health, education, employment, training, and safety-related activities.
Click here to endorse this legislation.

Power of Youth Challenge

America’s Promise Alliance and the Allstate Foundation have launched the Power of Youth challenge. Young people (ages 13-19) who are interested in creating and leading service projects that address racial division and injustice can apply for a $250 grant to complete the challenge.

Project ideas can be submitted through April 30, 2021. For more information, including application criteria, visit www.americaspromise.org/RacialHealing.


"Who's Hiring" Web Series 

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and TransCanWork are hosting a web series titled “Who’s Hiring!” The web series is aimed at providing non-binary and trans folks with resources and trainings to help increase their opportunities for employment.

The next live webinar will take place on January 13, 2021 at 3 p.m. EST. Interested folks can register for the next installment of “Who’s Hiring! New Year, New You, New Job Search” here and view upcoming sessions and times. Previous episodes of the web series are available for viewing here.

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