New Paper Outlines Improvements to Social Security to Strengthen Economic Security of Women, Low-Income People, and Same-Sex Couples
Expanding Social Security Benefits for Financially Vulnerable Populations
The purpose of this guide is to assist the staff and leaders of community organizations, especially those that organize immigrants and communities of color, in understanding the importance of the 2020 Census.
This Toolkit discusses strategies that deliver high quality jobs with career pathways accessible to workers in low-income communities and communities of color.
We believe in an America that puts families first. In an America serious about that value, families would make more than a decent living; they’d have access to a decent life and the essential work for caring for family members would always be valued.
Child care and early education policies are shaped by a history of systemic and structural racism. As a result, there are major racial disparities in children’s access to quality child care that meets their cultural and linguistic needs and enables their parents to work …
Women’s work. Child care. For much of our nation’s history, the two have been nearly
synonymous. Yet the stories diverge along racial lines. Until at least the latter half of the 20th century, few types of work beyond unpaid care for their own children at home were viewed as socially acceptable for white women.
For far too long, politicians have made empty
promises to America’s struggling families.
Whether through empowerment zones, summer
jobs programs, or trickle‐down tax cuts,
these solutions aren’t big enough or targeted
Mensajería Sobre Inmigración y Acciones Ejecutivas Messaging on Childcare March 2017 Messaging on Medicaid Messaging on immigration and Executive Actions