RESULTS advocates for policies that increase access to affordable rental housing, support homeownership, and tackle the racial wealth divide.
With 43 million people in the United States living below the poverty line, members of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival came to Washington so that members of Congress and staff could hear directly from those currently experiencing poverty.
Racial wealth inequality today has roots dating back to slavery and is manifested in everything from disparities in education access, entrepreneurship and even health outcomes. While there are many ideas about what it will take to close the racial wealth gap, it is generally unclear which ideas would effectively eliminate the racial wealth divide.
Prioritize tax policies that focus on working families.
Address the housing crisis by increasing rental assistance.
Increase access to affordable rental housing
Support policies that increase access to housing and reduce the racial wealth divide
Urge Congress to address the housing crisis (Word Version)
Guest Speaker: Alison Bell, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
January 2019 Webinar Recording with Audio Transcript
January 2019 Webinar Slides (PDF)
January 2019 Webinar Slides (PPT)
Guest Speaker: Mike Koprowski and Chantelle Wilkinson, Opportunity Starts at Home
December 2018 Webinar Recording with Audio Transcript
December 2018 Webinar Slides (PDF)
December 2018 Webinar Slides (PPT)
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