The Black community is faced with the drastic and dismantling impact of COVID-19. This pandemic should serve as a call to action for increased awareness and a greater commitment to centering the lived experiences and needs of communities of color.
In new analysis, CLASP--along with the National Women's Law Center and a noted former White House labor economist--calculate that the child care industry needs a public investment of $9.6 billion a month during the pandemic.
More than 550 advocacy organizations from all over the country sent a letter Tuesday urging congressional leadership to deliver coronavirus disease (COVID-19) response legislation that includes immigrants.
The CARES Act offers emergency aid that can help lessen the financial pressure students are facing during this historic crisis. It also offers a chance for colleges to address inequities.
CLASP and our partners have identified principles for all advocates and stakeholders to consider when imagining a Green Economy
This brief offers a variety of strategies that policymakers and advocates can use to advance racial equity in maternal mental health. It offers many effective models from communities across the country. While many of these success stories are about broad health issues, they contain lessons that can be applied to maternal mental health policy.
During COVID-19, barriers to online shopping create a challenge for people who count on SNAP. To fight hunger during this pandemic, state lawmakers can expand access to both grocery delivery, curbside pickup and restaurant meals programs.
The letter urges Congress to include immigrant families and children in the next COVID-19 relief package to ensure that millions of children in mixed-status immigrant families are able to benefit from critical health and economic assistance.