‘Nickel and Dimed’ author Barbara Ehrenreich, who died this year at age 81, helped humanize the struggles of poverty to the masses — and helped those with lived experience tell their stories.
The 2021 credit expansion in the American Rescue Plan cut poverty for millions, according to a recent Census Bureau report. Unsurprisingly — it’s overwhelmingly popular with voters.
We need more policies that address our global climate emergency, especially for those in poverty who are at the highest risk of losing their lives.
Community Change reflects on lessons learned from engaging with grassroots organizers on the American Rescue Plan.
Community Change’s Communications Fellows Program is a visionary approach to building power and leaders among our communities – the power to be the ones to tell their truths and be…
WASHINGTON D.C.— The Center for Community Change hosted a partners and leaders convening to discuss strategies and to develop collective actions opposing the harmful cuts proposed in the Farm Bill,…
I know at a deep level that my family lived paycheck to paycheck. A check comes in. We pay our bills. We have no savings to speak of. But it…
Memphis council members promote politically safe investment in children while ignoring underpaid parents
In two underserved DC communities, there are only three groceries stores to serve 148,000 people.