Let’s Stop This Attack on Health Coverage for Millions of Americans

By Meredith Dodson, Director of U.S. Poverty Campaigns
April 21, 2017

They're at it again: some officials in Washington are trying to revive last month’s failed proposal to gut health care for millions of low-income Americans. This weekend when members of Congress pick up the local paper, you can make sure they see their constituents saying "no" to this bad proposal.

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2017 Grassroots Board Member Election Nominations

By RESULTS Grassroots Board Members
April 19, 2017

Would you like to take on a leadership role in governing our RESULTS community? Do you know someone who you think would be a strong voice for guiding our national organization?

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Understanding the Racial Wealth Gap Is Critical During Tax Reform Policy

By Ashley Burnside, Emerson Hunger Fellow via the Congressional Hunger Center
April 18, 2017

As a new Hunger Fellow at RESULTS, I have been attending events and conducting research to better understand the current implications of the racial wealth gap, especially since Republicans in Congress plan on introducing tax reform legislation soon. During these panels, I learned powerful statistics about the racial wealth gap and about the social factors that impact the wealth divide.

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RESULTS Launches New Report “From Free to Fee” in Kenya

By Milagros Lechleiter
April 10, 2017

On the week of March 27, RESULTS Educational Fund, and the East African Center for Human Rights (EACH Rights), in partnership with the Global Initiative for Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights launched two research projects providing evidence around fee-charging, for-profit private schools in Homa Bay and Mathare in Kenya. 

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