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Voices: Medicaid Saved Me, Now New Work Rules Threaten Others

April 12, 2018

How the Earned Income Tax Credit Lifts Families From Poverty

April 11, 2018

McDonald’s Expands Education Aid, as Fight Over Pay Continues

Working Poor Parents Score a Big Child Care Win in Spending Deal

March 29, 2018

The Safety Net's Future: Ala. Is Latest Front in Battle Over Medicaid

March 21, 2018

Bronx Activists Stand Up for Affordable Housing in New York

March 12, 2018

L.A. Youth of Color Lend Voices to 'March for Our Lives' Movement

L.A. Youth of Color Lend Voices to

Millions of people of all background and from around the world called for community safety and an end to gun violence on March 24 in scores of “March for Our Lives” rallies and social justice events. The global call from people of various generations, economic…

Want to Fix U.S. Schools? Look to Native American Communities

Want to Fix U.S. Schools? Look to Native American Communities

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Hidden in a corner of this city, amid a gleaming office park, strip malls, vacant lots, Interstate 40, and perhaps the city’s nicest Starbucks, is a two-story school that holds one of the…

A Reflection: I Weep for the Children of DACA

A Reflection: I Weep for the Children of DACA

When I heard the news, I wept. Attorney General Jeff Sessions was in the middle of announcing his decision to rescind DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), the Obama-era program that has provided 800,000 young immigrants the opportunity to work and pursue an education without…

Opinion: Deportations Also Hurt Refugees, Elders and Caregivers

Opinion: Deportations Also Hurt Refugees, Elders and Caregivers

Aggressive deportation policies, like those that have been enacted since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, tear families apart — including elders and the family caregivers they depend upon.  Since 1980, the share of households headed by an immigrant has doubled (from…