The Curb-Cut Effect

In this month’s issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review, CEO at PolicyLink and FSG board member Angela Glover Blackwell discusses the “curb-cut effect,” the idea that laws and policies created to help vulnerable groups ultimately benefit all members of society.

If the United States can get equitable infrastructure right, the benefits will ripple far and wide.

ANGELA GLOVER BLACKWELL

Read “The Curb-Cut Effect,” and learn more about Angela and her work advancing economic and social equity at PolicyLink. 

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