The trailer to the Equal Voice for America’s Families Campaign Documentary.
Short version of The Journey So Far piece originally created by ONDAFilms.
A summary of the townhalls that have occurred in San Juan Texas, Chicago, New Orleans and the Monroe State Reformatory Prison. See how the campaign came about and the work that is being done.
A continuation of Part 1. The video shows the Equal Voice for America’s Families townhall
The waters have receded but the devastation persists. Residents of New Orleans gather at an Equal Voice for America’s Families townhall to raise the issues affecting their families and community.
The Equal Voice Campaign kicked off a 40 city tour in San Juan on Saturday Jan. 19.
Luz Vega-Marquiz, CEO and president of the Marguerite Casey Foundation speaks at the Equal Voice for America’s Families Townhall Meeting in San Juan, Texas. Over 200 people attended this townhall.
Luz Vega-Marquiz, CEO and president of the Marguerite Casey Foundation speaks of her goals and aspirations as the Equal Voice Campaign kicks off starting what she calls a social movement led by families.
Over 200 participants gathered at the Boykin Community Center to discuss issues as constructive communities, a need for better education and opportunity for jobs.
Learn more about the Equal Voice for America’s Families Campaign – how the idea started, what the campaign means, and what we are looking to achieve.