Statement from Audra Wilson, President and CEO of the Shriver Center on Poverty Law
Without history, there is no basis for comprehensive advocacy efforts for racial and economic justice.
Since everyone needs a place to live, ensuring that people with records have access to stable housing is not merely equitable, but also a matter of common sense.
The need for paid family and medical need has only become more critical during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Source of income discrimination disproportionately affects people of color, women, and people with disabilities.
We must acknowledge the myriad challenges facing workers, especially in the wake of the pandemic.
A trauma-informed and antiracist approach to legal advocacy includes four key elements.
It's time to ensure the financial security of all families by providing a guaranteed income.
Although the pathway to organizational change can be challenging, groundwork can lay a helpful footing.
Black & Brown communities deserve resources, support, & opportunities to thrive.
This can never happen again.
The stimulus bill is taking its place in history as one of the largest anti-poverty measures in a generation.