RESULTS advocates for policies that increase access to affordable rental housing, support homeownership, and tackle the racial wealth divide in the U.S.
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.
Today the administration announced that it is moving forward with a rule proposed last fall that will force immigrants to risk food, health care, and housing assistance in order to stay in the U.S.
RESULTS US Poverty Laser Talk Worksheet (Winter 2020)
RESULTS Affordable Housing Congressional Requests Winter 2020
Guest Speaker: Funke Aderonmu, Georgetown Center on Policy and Inequality
Join the webinar via Zoom on Nov. 5 at 8 pm ET or dial either (929) 436-2866 or (669) 900-6833, Meeting ID: 873 308 801.
December 2019 Webinar Recording with Audio Transcript
December 2019 Webinar Slides (PDF)
December 2019 Webinar Slides (PPT)
RESULTS Affordable Housing Congressional Requests Fall 2019
Featuring: The EITC and CTC Quiz
November 2019 Webinar Recording with Audio Transcript
November 2019 Webinar Slides (PDF)
November 2019 Webinar Slides (PPT)
Increase access to affordable rental housing
Support policies that increase access to housing and reduce the racial wealth divide
Build support for housing and tax policies by meeting with lawmakers face-to-face during the August congressional recess (Word version)
Find all the resources, forms, and info you need for the 2019 RESULTS International Conference here.
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