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2017 January

Now What?

Poverty-Fighting Ideas for Another New Administration

By John Bouman, Marie Claire Tran-Leung & Andrew Hammond

As the Obama administration ends and the Trump administration begins, advocates must consider how to approach their antipoverty and racial justice work in this new era. At the dawn of the Obama administration, advocates at the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law wrote a Clearinghouse Review article recommending a 12-point poverty-fighting agenda. The Shriver Center’s advocates revisited and updated those recommendations in light of the incoming presidential administration.

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