Building Generational Wealth and Changing the Narrative on Single Moms
JP Alumni Fellow Lavasha Smith knows single moms are world-builders and looks forward to co-creating prosperity for future generations of her family.
A Mother’s Look into the Future: Not Just Surviving but Thriving
JP Alumni Fellow Ifrah Abdalla has been working since childhood — and her daughter’s happiness is her ultimate goal.
Why Focus on Single Moms?
JP President and CEO Chastity Lord explains why we center single mothers and their families in our work.
Inflation: Let’s Do the Long Math
JP President and CEO Chastity Lord says economic mobility doesn’t work without childcare, without childcare teachers, without an equitable childcare system.
The Small Successes Create the Path to Our Dreams
JP Alumni Fellow Stacy Abbott talks celebrating wins, mom-friendly work policies, and building the life she wants.
Affirming Identity Through Curriculum
Hear JP’s VP of Student Programming, Dr. Crystal Palmero Ward, and Kaya Henderson, CEO of Reconstruction US, as they discuss “Affirming Identity: Building Curriculum, Fostering Healthy, Self-Affirming Identities and Centering Black Culture.”
#SHECESSION: Policy, Poverty and the Single Mom
Hear this important discussion between JP’s Chastity Lord and Nicole Mason of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research. Both are CEOs and Black women who were raised by single mothers. Both are also deeply familiar with the impacts of generational poverty.
Mothers Owning Their Power, Authoring Their Futures
The five pillars of Jeremiah Program offer the supports single mothers need to pursue economic mobility for themselves and their children.
Conscious Conversations: Sharhonda Bossier
A discussion about activism on and off the street with Sharhonda Bossier, Deputy Director at Education Leaders of Color (EdLoC).
Conscious Conversations: Dax-Devlon Ross
Jeremiah Program hosts Dax Devlon-Ross for a discussion of his LinkedIn op-ed that gained viral attention and helped open up a deeper discussion of racial bias in the workplace.