Inflation inequality is a growing concern within our economy that threatens to entrap low-income families further into poverty and suppress socioeconomic mobility.
The Great Recession demonstrated that poor-quality jobs worsen poverty for low-wage workers, especially workers of color. This brief examines the impact of the last recession.
CLASP's Pronita Gupta shares her own story of taking paid family leave in California.
PFML is critical to reducing and preventing poverty and economic insecurity for families who experience illness or have caregiving responsibilities.
Tanya L. Goldman and Pronita Gupta submitted comments to the DC Council Committee strongly opposing Bill 22-913, inaptly named the “Tipped Wage Workers Fairness Amendment Act of 2018.”
Under the Trump Administration, low-wage workers and immigrant workers have constantly been under attack.