Juneteenth: Our Commitment to Equity & Justice
This Juneteenth, we recommit to the fight for equity and justice for Black people.
The day is a reminder to continue our shared work to dismantle the structural racism that continues to be embedded in our country’s social, economic and political systems.
As a result of the enduring legacy of slavery, the outcomes and life trajectory of California’s Black children continues to be at risk. We must do more to improve the health and well-being of Black communities and recognize that we cannot do right by all children in California until we do right by Black children.
The Children’s Partnership (TCP)
TCP envisions a California where all children—regardless of their race, ethnicity or place of birth—have the resources and opportunities they need to grow up healthy and thrive, and its mission is to advance this vision of child health equity through research, policy and community engagement. Learn more at www.childrenspartnership.org.