Equality & Equity

We fight for the most vulnerable among us

As much as we may think of human rights and equality as an international topic, there is much to do domestically to promote the free and fair treatment of all those on American soil. In these political times, especially, each person's innate humanity must not be forgotten and must be secured. Beyond laws and policies, there are actions we, as everyday citizens, can take to further everyone's ability to live freely and in equal standing. Sound like something you dig, then join this passion area!

Stories about Equality & Equity


July 05, 2020 - We’re hoping more of us are now woke to the experiences of indigenous, Black and brown people in this country and why some may have the “nope, not today” feels on this 4th of July. Read more
June 19, 2020 - It’s Juneteenth and today we are showing up a bit different. Black folks across the country are “calling in black” and taking the day off as an opportunity to rest and reflect. Companies are making a historic statement and observing the day as a paid holiday. Moves are being made... Read more
June 16, 2020 - The recent protests and latest injustices have rightfully demanded our attention and action over the last few weeks. We also can’t forget that over 44 million Americans have filed unemployed claims as a result of the economic fallout of the coronavirus. Small businesses and the gig economy have been some... Read more
June 03, 2020 - The Ambassadors Circle is a black owned and led business. Everything we do is on behalf of and for vulnerable communities and right now, we are in a fight for our survival. The Circle was founded as a collective because we believe in the collective power of good. Read more
November 21, 2019 - I’ve never really been involved in local politics. It’s just not my jam. Until my best friend decided to go for her big dream and run for an elected position in a major city. And then it became personal. Read more
June 23, 2019 - Ambassador Jill Habig launches Affirmative Litigation Fellowship with 29 Fellows, further protecting the rights of vulnerable communities. Read more