12 Days, 12 Ways to Fight Poverty in America
Bill Moyers asked twelve ante-poverty leaders to weigh in on solutions to the U.S.’ income inequality problem. Ideas range from protecting workers’ bargaining power, to assuring access to affordable housing to making higher education free.
Check out all twelve here:
Offerings from the Center on Policy Intitiatives
Report on Poverty, Earnings and Income in the City of San Diego 2014. http://www.cpisandiego.org/poverty2014
Making Ends Meet. A study of the wages needed in San Diego County to reach the Self-Sufficiency Standard, a realistic measure of essential living expenses, and a demographic profile of San Diegans whose incomes fall below that level: http://www.cpisandiego.org/making_ends_meet2014
Who Pays? The True Cost of Incarceration on Families
This study by the Ella Baker Center and 22 other organizations examines the connections between poverty and mass incarceration.
Resources on Poverty – print version pdf