The ability to cast a ballot affects every aspect of individual and community wellbeing – but not everyone has access. In 2021, 19 states passed more than 34 laws limiting the right to vote. These laws disproportionately impact Black and brown voters, as well as students, voters with disabilities and formerly incarcerated people. These laws also threaten to exacerbate existing disparities in access to the ballot box – and to wellbeing.
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Join leaders who are advancing new narratives about violence for a conversation on how the stories we tell can lead to accountability, healing and prevention. People with lived expertise will lead a discussion with experts in public safety reporting about shifting power from media and institutions to survivors and impacted communities.
To increase access for wellbeing for both people served by the emergency response system and those who work within it, it’s critical that we reimagine 911. The Transform911 Blueprint for Change is the starting point for doing just that.
What would it look like to transform the civil legal system so it eliminates inequities instead of amplifying them? The Justice Determinants of Wellbeing outlines concrete changes that will push the civil legal system to a civic justice system rooted in wellbeing.