New This Week:

Fighting Poverty Under the New Administration

This week President Obama will leave the White House, and Donald Trump will be sworn in as the next president of the United States. What does that mean for antipoverty and racial justice advocacy? Eight years ago, Shriver Center president John Bouman wrote a Clearinghouse Review article laying out a 12-point poverty-fighting agenda for the new Obama administration. Now, the Shriver Center's advocates have revisited and revised that agenda for the new administration. Read more.

Be sure to join John Bouman, Marie Claire Tran-Leung, and Andrew Hammond as they discuss this article in our next episode of the Advocacy Exchange, Wednesday, January 25. Register now.

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Now What? Poverty-Fighting Ideas for Another New Administration

John Bouman
Marie Claire Tran-Leung
Andrew Hammond

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