David Dodson, president of MDC, discusses how equity can be created by building an infrastructure of opportunity and removing the barriers in people's way.
On Monday, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) had a birthday. It has been five years since the passage of the health-care law. Supporters of the law have a reason to celebrate. According to Gallup, the uninsured rate among U.S. adults has dropped 4.2 percentage points since the start of last year.
This week, the Corporation for National and Community Service celebrates AmeriCorps Week, saluting AmeriCorps members helping communities across the country, responding to disaster, working in classrooms, and suppo
The students at Los Angeles Harbor College (LAHC) who visit Armando Villalpando have been through a lot more than your average 18 year-olds.
Maria Konnikova, writing for the New York Times series, “The Great Divide,” quotes Harvard economist
When Jessica Rodgers graduated in 2013 with a degree in foreign languages, she was looking for international policy experience, but ties to North Carolina and a serendipitous sighting of a Craigslist job posting brought her to MDC’s NC VetsCorps
On April 15, you may find yourself in an irritable mood that resonates with the sardonic proverb, commonly attributed to Benjamin Franklin:
“..but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”