By Heidi Hartmann This post was originally published on the [...]
The IWPR/Rockefeller Survey of Economic Security, like several other recent surveys, finds that the effects of the 2007–2009 recession, known as the Great Recession, are both broad and deep. The IWPR/Rockefeller survey shows that more than one and a half years after the recession came to an official end, and the recovery supposedly began, many women and men report that they are still suffering significant hardships.
by Claudia Williams In recent years, the United States has [...]
by Mallory Mpare The longer Social Security remains on the [...]
by Mallory Mpare The U.S. has often been dubbed the [...]
By Robert Drago A year ago today, the District of [...]
by Jennifer Clark 1. The recent recession was not predominantly [...]
Resilient and Reaching for More: Challenges and Benefits of Higher Education for Welfare Participants and Their Children
This report details the inspiration, struggles, and perseverance of those pursuing a college degree while receiving welfare in California and the benefits that education brings them and their children.
From left to right: Entmacher, Lovell, Gandy, Kennedy and Stabenow [...]
Women in the United States have achieved great advances [...]