Ashley Burnside was quoted about child tax credits.
In August 2021, New Deal for Youth (ND4Y) Changemakers participated in a panel titled “Beyond the Climate Crisis: The Journey to Environmental Justice” for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s Emerging Leaders’ Summit. During the conversation, Changemakers Aniya Butler, Kaliko Kalahiki, and Marissa Howdershelt highlighted radical and holistic solutions that value our humanity and collective well-being over corporate greed.
In an important new memo, the Department of Homeland Security upended a hallmark of the Trump and Bush administrations’ enforcement strategies.
“Childcare hits at the heart of family economic stability,” said Hannah Matthews, deputy executive director for policy at the Center for Law and Social Policy.
More members of Congress must raise homeownership disparities and community reinvestment as a priority in the Build Back Better agenda, displaying their support for programs that acknowledge and strive to dismantle racist housing and land use policies or eliminate their lasting, discriminatory effects.
https://www.cbpp.org/research/poverty-and-inequality/house-build-back-better-legislation-advances-racial-equityThis new fact sheet shows how Build Back Better investments in care—including child care and pre-k, the child tax credit, and paid family and medical leave—will help children and families.
CLASP, The Century Foundation, and the National Women's Law Center write on the Child Care and Universal Pre-Kindergarten investment included in the Build Back Better Act as an economic, political, and racial and gender justice imperative.
This article quoted a tweet by CLASP about how Build Back Better would serve millions of children.
Center for Law and Social Policy Executive Director Olivia Golden discusses the effectiveness of social safety net programs and related Biden Administration proposals.
Stephanie Schmit was quoted about child care investment.