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In 2015, 8.6 million Americans qualified as “working poor” or spent at least 27 weeks in the labor force but had income below the federal poverty level.

April 13, 2018

The Fair Housing Act banned race-based housing discrimination in the US-- but the goals of this landmark civil rights law remain largely unrealized.

April 11, 2018

A new report explores the massive gap between the policy debate and the reality of who refugees are and how they live, work, and take part in the communities they now call home.

April 9, 2018

Why Are Some Americans More Likely to Fall Off the “Cliff of Good Health?”

Behind the Numbers at the Urban Institute

What Research Tells Us About Work Requirements

poverty, vulnerability, & the safety net

What Research Tells Us About Work Requirements

The Growing Opioid Crisis


The Growing Opioid Crisis

Educator Wages Don’t Reflect the Significance of Early Childhood