Author's keynote underscores the need for narrative power in the fight to end poverty

President and CEO Audra Wilson reflects on our history and solutions to advance our shared mission

A year ago, Illinois passed a law making it a civil rights violation to deny housing based on an individual's source of income. Housing justice attorney Joerika Stitt looks at the law's impact.

Statement from Audra Wilson, President and CEO of the Shriver Center on Poverty Law

Reflections on four decades of using the power of words to fight for racial and economic justice.

False narratives about the role of race in history hide inequitable outcomes and protect the status quo.

Background screening practices block many tenants from safe and affordable housing.

Medicaid played an important role as an essential source of health insurance for millions during the COVID pandemic.

Minimizing, sanitizing, or rejecting the existence of racism doesn’t make it vanish.

The first installment in our series Civil Rights at a Crossroads explore the link between spirituality and our fraught politics.

Get to know Joerika Stitt, our new staff attorney on the housing team.

We all have an obligation to stand up for what's right.

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