To improve economic, social, and health outcomes for our country’s youngest children and their families, CLASP set out to explore the value and importance of integrating or aligning programs that support families with infants and toddlers.
The Children Thrive Action Network (CTAN), along with seven partners and one independent researcher, held listening sessions across the country to learn about the concerns, desires, and challenges of immigrant parents and youth.
In 2020, the tragic impact of the global pandemic and recession on families’ lives increased demand for our work across the board–new ideas in Congress, technical assistance to federal and state agencies, and partnerships with our advocacy colleagues. We put forth ideas during this period…
This report highlights recommendations to make substantive changes to SNAP, helping to redress the racist underpinnings of the program. These critical changes are necessary to move SNAP toward becoming an anti-racist program.