Racial bias creates the ideal conditions for financial exploitation.
While reporting on the 3.5 million people who moved above the poverty line in 2015, the New York Times noted some of the numerous services people working to escape poverty might need.
Experts in the Partnership gathered for the first time last month in Bedford-Stuyvesant to reframe how society thinks and talks about people experiencing poverty.
After leading public- and private-sector efforts to create economic opportunities for children and families, Nisha Patel is now executive director of a national initiative to combat poverty.
WASHINGTON, DC, February 5, 2016 — Today, the Urban Institute announced a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to establish The US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty, a new collaborative aimed at discovering permanent ladders of mobility for the...