Another Pipeline Protest

“Notes From The Field” Just listen, if you would, to how she listens. That may sound like an odd way

Read More November 17, 2016

So What, Now What?

An Unsettling Election There are conversations happening all over America. They are complex, and in many cases deeply raw and

Read More November 11, 2016

Dollar General Loves Literacy!

Dollar General Loves Literacy! The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded Operation Exodus Inner City a grant to support their

Read More October 25, 2016

Why Caring Counts

Tracking “Mission Moments” Theory of Change is a process that non-profits use to analyze their impact. It is a complex

Read More October 24, 2016

Where’s Aldo?

Keeping It Real Because of the intensity of the theory of change work Exodus is doing, the high school schedule

Read More October 20, 2016

Lin-Manuel Does Double Header!

Above photo by Farah Stockman On Sunday, October 16th, Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda held a screening of Mary Poppins at Washington

Read More October 20, 2016

Biased? Blame The Brain

Eleven Million Bits It has been estimated that our brains are capable of processing approximately 11 million bits of information

Read More October 20, 2016

When Faith Battles Fear

Doubt Is Not The Opposite of Faith Research has shown that optimism and belief systems can influence outcomes. Matching students with

Read More October 17, 2016

A Life of Sacrifice

Give Up A Seat, or A Saturday? We all come from different backgrounds and life journeys, and so true sacrifice

Read More September 12, 2016

Back To $chool

What Going Back To $chool Costs Decades ago, a student beginning a new year may have bought some new pencils,

Read More September 12, 2016