Now in its ninth year, this groundbreaking program equips anti-poverty advocates with tools to advance racial equity.

Illinois became the first state in the nation to provide Medicaid-like coverage to low-income seniors over the age of 65. Today Illinois builds upon this legacy by expanding coverage to low-income adults ages 55 through 64.

The need for paid family and medical need has only become more critical during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We must remove barriers that limit people's ability to make those choices and to address the legacy of racism that is embedded in our country's housing policies.

Long-term care is a vital service that should be available to all Illinoisans.

Source of income discrimination disproportionately affects people of color, women, and people with disabilities.

The Shriver Center has made recommendations to the Illinois Future of Work Task Force.

The Shriver Center and Legal Impact Network members have urged the Secretary of Transportation to comply with Title VI in planning and implementing projects.

Direct investments in health coverage, tax credits, and other benefits for people with low income will serve families hardest hit by the pandemic.

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