low income

Food & Drink
Not everyone has time to prep meals or money to buy Instant Pots.
A new study from Harvard proves that low-income Americans benefit from the Affordable Care Act
House GOP "A Better Way" Tax Cuts Would Overwhelmingly Benefit Top 1 Percent While Sharply Expanding Deficits Cut Medicaid
As a campus minister I am painfully aware of the statistics on binge drinking on college campuses. I also know that more than 90% of sexual assaults committed on or near campuses (it has become a horrific epidemic) involve alcohol.
Along with 800 other aspiring employees who sign up every year for Per Scholas's classes (in IT support, network engineering
Low-income moms know the truth of how policies fail, and their knowledge is critical to change them.
In health care, as in the rest of American life, the gap between rich and poor is growing.
Latino Voices
“You belittled me...but you were completely ignorant of my struggles."
Queer Voices
The report is divided into three sections. The first section outlines some of the systemic issues that lead to LGBT older
The purpose of public housing programs is to help lower-income families find and maintain suitable housing, but an audit
We wish our seven newest recipients big congratulations! Jonathan Chirwa and Peter Boka Mwenechanya, Women Rice Group, Karonga
Oklahoma lawmakers have voted to cut the state's Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) by more than 70 percent, hitting 200,000
We wish our seven newest grantees big congratulations! Elizabeth Roesler, The Heart of Lubbock Community Garden, Lubbock
The rising cost of housing in U.S. cities like San Francisco and New York is a well-known problem. Flying under the radar: an affordable housing crisis is growing in every state in the union.
Picture a college student. What is she doing? My guess is, most of you have a mental image of either a raucous party or a frantic cram session. One thing you probably aren't picturing is her sleeping.
Good News
Egyptian journalist Mohamed Abdelfattah explains how, indeed, there is a stark and visible contrast between rich and poor
By Naya Moss I went to the 9:00 a.m. orientation, passed my panel interview, and my journey began. The training at Per Scholas
It may seem like the deck is stacked against schools that predominantly educate low-income populations. Once they start their
"It's not unusual for us to see a child with almost full-mouth decay in the population that we're looking at, and considering