The Equality Act may help members of the LGBT community when they face discrimination on the job, but it doesn’t address the discrimination that keeps us in low-paying jobs and continually falling into poverty.
This conversation with CLASP Executive Director Olivia Golden and Board Chair LaVeeda Battle was held before the Capitol insurrection on January 6, but its lessons on moving forward in the wake of racial terror are more important than ever.
The latest COVID relief package offers $25 billion in rental assistance to states, but the limited funding still forces administrators to make difficult decisions about who “deserves” relief most and may increase administrative burden in the process.
As the 117th Congress and the Biden-Harris Administration begin their terms, they must identify why the current mental and behavioral health infrastructure does and will not work to meet the needs of millions, and push innovative and bold ideas that put people’s well-being first.
In December, lawmakers passed a coronavirus relief package that provides essential economic relief for millions of workers and people with low incomes, though it falls short of the high levels of need. Here are ten things to know about the second round of payments.
Congressional leaders have finally moved forward a COVID relief package. The package includes $10 billion in Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) funds dedicated to relief for the child care sector.
The latest COVID-19 relief bill passed by Congress will allow college students with low incomes to more easily access SNAP benefits – temporarily removing strict work and eligibility requirements for students.
Colorado recently won paid family and medical leave through a historic ballot initiative. The passing of Proposition 118 was possible thanks to the work of grassroots organizers and advocates who were willing to build on lessons learned from the nine states and D.C. that already have paid leave programs.