In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, we’ve explored the intersection between SFI’s policy priorities and our commitment to anti-racism and building a multicultural organization. We featured notable historical figures, discussed policy connections, and shared action items every week focused on voting rights, foreign policy, and domestic demilitarization. We are committed to building our advocacy and […]
To honor and acknowledge Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, throughout May we have explored the intersection between SFI’s policy priorities and the AAPI community.
In honor of Black History Month, throughout February we have explored the intersection between SFI’s policy priorities and our commitment to anti-racism. We are committed to building our advocacy and our work within this context year-round.
Today we are heartbroken for the people of Ukraine, and all those suffering from Russia’s unnecessary and unprovoked war of aggression. We stand united with Ukraine and our NATO allies and strongly condemn Russia’s clear violation of international law.
On Wednesday, February 2nd 2022, the United States ordered the deployment of 3,000 troops to NATO-allied countries Poland, Germany, and Romania in response to Russia’s increased aggression along their border with Ukraine.
Russian aggression toward Ukraine and the United States’ response are dominating the news at the moment. Because this issue is top-of-mind, and a potential conflict is very worrisome, it’s important for military families to understand what the heck is actually going on. We give a brief overview of the current situation with Russia and Ukraine, […]
I know. 2020 has been the longest year in human history. What I’m about to say will sound like I’m talking about a lifetime ago, but bear with me… Remember January?