The Latest

From the Rural Assembly

Tell us about your traditions

As we celebrate the contributions of rural and native women across the country, we want to hear from you about your family and cultural traditions. We all know that traditions establish the foundation for our values, they are a way to pass on our history, and help us bond with each other in our communities.
So we ask;
What traditions are you practicing and helping to perpetuate?
Why is it important you?
How is your sense of identity and belonging tied to those traditions?

Read More »

Tell Us About an Influential Woman in Your Life

At Rural Women Everywhere, we are celebrating the voices, contributions, and leadership of women across the countryside.
We want to hear about the influential women in your life. Send us a photo and short explanation of a woman who has made a difference in your world.

Read More »
EITC

EITC: Why is this important to rural and native young people?

An estimated nearly 5 million young people ages 19-24 will benefit from the permanent expansion of EITC and 21 percent of workers without children in rural areas will benefit from the EITC expansion, compared to 17 percent of those in metro areas. An extra $1500 matters; for rural and Native young people, ETIC provides an equitable pipeline to economic security. It can help young adults gain safe and stable housing, offset transportation costs, buy food, or pay student loans.

Read More »
Tyler Owens

Tyler Owens: I Was Raised To Believe

In my family and community, we care for one another and that is just a part of life. There is no such thing as individuality in my family. No matter what I do in life, it would always circle back to my family. My actions, successes, and failures will always be not only a reflection of myself but of where I come from. Everyone that had a hand in raising me, taught me what I needed to know to ensure that I was brought up in a way of wanting to contribute to something that was bigger than myself.

Read More »
Rent Help Graphic

New Resources For Renters and Landlords

If you’re a renter having trouble paying your rent, utilities, or other housing costs – or if you’re a landlord trying to stay afloat with tenants in this situation – help may be available. State and local programs are distributing billions of dollars in rental assistance to help renters stay housed during the pandemic.

Read More »

Check out our Podcast

Follow Rural Assembly on Facebook

From Our Media Partner:

Get The Latest Updates

Subscribe To Our Weekly Newsletter