The Shriver Center's 2013 Poverty Scorecard provides a fair measure of our elected representatives' commitments to achieving justice and opportunity for Americans living in poverty.
Join us in Boston on September 23 for a dialogue on the extent to which we, as a nation, have succeeded in advancing economic opportunity and justice for people of color since the War on Poverty, and what lies ahead for the next 50 years. Learn more.
The complexity of car purchases combined with changing dealer incentives has created an environment ripe for consumer abuses such as interest rate markups and yo-yo scams.
Save the date for the third annual A Taste for Change...the right to food
Watch our new video profiling the Racial Justice Training Institute
The July–August 2014 Clearinghouse Review features several articles on consumer-rights problems specific to low-income workers.