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In light of the Census Bureau’s recent report on the state of poverty in America– and the fact that older women experience poverty at nearly twice the rates of older men– we want to share a video about the realities … Continue reading
The latest report from the US Census Bureau investigates trends in poverty across the US.
Is America a meritocracy? A new study from Brookings suggests that class mobility doesn’t always have much to do with skills, intelligence, or talent.
A new study shows that women are bearing the brunt of income inequality.
The New York Times recently created an interactive map that shows how far we have to go to eliminate poverty in the US. How does your community fare?
As we prepare for Thanksgiving, food banks are bracing for unprecedented demand due to cuts in food assistance for the most vulnerable in society.
This week, Ohio announced it will accept federal funds to expand Medicaid. What does expansion mean for America?
Sequestration has been hurting the most vulnerable Americans for months. Now, a government shutdown makes matters worse.
The truth about food assistance– and the million of workers, children, and seniors who rely on it.