On this Mother's Day, I reflect on the strength and resiliency of Black mothers and pay homage to the village of communities who support them because this country has failed to do so.
The Board of Trustees of the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) announces that it has chosen Indivar “Indi” Dutta-Gupta as its next executive director.
Release announcing an historic donation from philanthropist, MacKenzie Scott.
In this op-ed, CLASP's Isha Weerasinghe explains why the Senate must pass the Build Back Better Act with the critical Momnibus maternal mental health equity investments that passed in the House of Representatives.
Statement from Olivia Golden on the urgency of passing Build Back Better.
Build Back Better will strengthen the nation’s economy and secure a more equitable future for people with low incomes, communities of color, and immigrant families.
On September 29, Nia West-Bey presented at a webinar titled “Trauma and Suicide during Catastrophic Events and Beyond: Strategies for Preventing Suicide in California.”
CLASP is a partner on REIMAGINE: A Week of Action to Reimagine Our National Response to People in Crisis, a week of activities taking place Nov. 15-19.
Statement from Olivia Golden on the Build Back Better Act framework.
CLASP's roundup of the top AFP provisions that support people with low incomes.