To celebrate Caribbean Heritage Month, Nia West-Bey reflects on role of people of West Indian heritage, including her own relatives, in movements for social justice and Black liberation in the United States.
A recent update to the Thrifty Food Plan (TFP) will result in an average 27% increase in benefits to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, one of many important steps to ensure that people experiencing poverty can afford the food they need to live and thrive.
Access to food, cash assistance, health care, and housing are pathways to economic justice that everyone deserves—no matter their citizenship status. However, federal restrictions enacted 25 years ago interfere with the ability of immigrants to secure critical benefits with significant consequences to their and their…
The DC Council has voted unanimously in support of the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Support Act of 2021. With this vote, DC’s paid leave program will be more accessible for Black and brown working families in DC.
The intention behind these reparations in the United States is to rectify the harm and trauma experienced by enslaved Africans and transferred generationally through systemic racism and discriminatory policies.
An equitable economic recovery requires policies to improve the conditions of immigrant essential workers and advance economic opportunity through a pathway to citizenship, fair wages, access to benefits, and stronger labor enforcement standards.
July marks the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the celebration of National Disability Awareness Month, but our nation still has many lessons to learn and steps to take to ensure those with physical or invisible disabilities can reach their full potential.
On July 15, the CTC will help families breathe a little easier by lessening hard choices. The monthly payments means parents will no longer have to worry as much about how to pay rent, childcare costs, buying food, and which one to try to sacrifice for…