Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on September 17, 2015
A new GOP-backed resolution introduced today is a positive step toward a more mature debate about climate change in American politics.
Today, monumental new legislation was introduced in Congress that, if passed, will bolster the rights and protections of workers across the country.
Blog Post by: Sam Adler-Bell , on September 14, 2015
Not only are "debt-forgiveness" companies taking advantage of fragile student debt holders, but they have also infiltrated Google's search results.
Blog Post by: Kimberly Quick , on September 11, 2015
TCF policy associate Kimberly Quick discusses the top eleven policy solutions put forward in Richard D. Kahlenberg's A New Era of Civil Rights.
Blog Post by: Robert Shireman , on September 9, 2015
TCF fellow Robert Shireman takes issue with the University of Phoenix funding research critical of university endowments.
Blog Post by: Jacob Anbinder , on August 28, 2015
A decade after Katrina, TCF policy associate Jacob Anbinder discusses the current state of public transit in New Orleans and the need for its revitalization.
Blog Post by: Clio Chang , on August 25, 2015
More black children now live in poverty than white children. TCF policy associate Clio Chang breaks down family earnings by race and discusses ways to close the gap.
Blog Post by: Sam Adler-Bell , on August 20, 2015
On Monday, a National Labor Relations Board ruling sidestepped whether football players at Northwestern are employees. TCF policy associate Sam Adler-Bell examines the NLRB's inaction and explores what could happen next for collegiate athletes.
Blog Post by: Neil Bhatiya , on August 20, 2015
In a new report out this week, Citigroup breaks down the cost of taking action on climate change—or the lack thereof. TCF policy associate Neil Bhatiya discusses key findings from the report.
Blog Post by: Leigh Anne Schriever , on August 18, 2015
Although it's one of the fastest growing industries in the United States, the home health care industry's workers face serious challenges when it comes to their wages, benefits, and rights.
Blog Post by: Mark Zuckerman , on August 13, 2015
TCF president Mark Zuckerman calls on local justice officials to consider ordering a new grand jury in the Eric Garner case.
Blog Post by: Kimberly Quick , on August 11, 2015
The case against race-based admissions will be heard a second time by the Supreme Court to determine if the tactic is a viable strategy to create diversity on campuses.
Blog Post by: Paul Jargowsky , on August 8, 2015
A new report from The Century Foundation reveals the number of people who live in high poverty neighborhoods has almost doubled since 2000 from 7.2 million to 13.8 million—the highest number ever recorded.
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