AI & Agency Time

About 1/5 of the people who lived below the federal poverty level in the United States in 2019, or roughly 6.3 million people, were in the labor force for more at least 27 weeks. About 2.7% of those people worked full time yet could not generate enough income to rise...

Community Action and Collaboration

Successfully addressing the ongoing problems of generational poverty and systemic inequality are tasks that no institution can handle alone. People living in poverty struggle with various obstacles from low wages to drug addiction to insecure housing to domestic...