No take-backs on foreign aid

By John Fawcett, Director of Global Policy and Advocacy
August 23, 2018

Take turns. Share. No take-backs. These are rules that kids on a playground know by heart. But the White House isn’t playing fair when it comes to foreign aid.

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Asia’s story: A mom fights for Medicaid

August 20, 2018

When Asia Bijan-Thompson’s daughter was born 10 weeks premature, she was so tiny and fragile that she needed to stay in the neo-natal intensive care unit for an entire month. But in the midst of all the stress and uncertainty, there was one thing Asia didn’t have to worry about: health insurance.

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Standing up for press freedom

By Colin Smith, Director of Communications
August 16, 2018

Today, for just a moment, we’re setting aside our advocacy agenda in our media work. If you haven’t already, I’d invite you to join me in writing a letter to the editor of your favorite paper just to say thanks, to show that you care, and to let them know that you stand with them.

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Debunking the Top 10 Myths about the Racial Wealth Divide

By Funke Aderonmu, former RESULTS Fellow
August 07, 2018

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.

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