Category Archives: Blog Posts
Op-Ed in Huffington Post that is making its way around facebook: Brenda Della Casa, What It Feels Like to Be on Welfare, Huffington Post, Nov. 12, 2013.
Robert Reich Blog Post: “Why Washington Is Cutting Safety Nets When Most Americans Are Still in the Great Recession”
Blog Post: Robert Reich, Why Washington Is Cutting Safety Nets When Most Americans Are Still in the Great Recession, RobertReich.com & Common Dreams, Nov. 3, 2013.
News Story: Kevin Pelland, Where Have All the Lawyers Gone?, Mission and State, July 31, 2013.
Related blog entry: Patrick S. O’Donnell, The Paucity of Pro Bono Work in Paradise, Religiousleftlaw.com, 8/11/2013.
Blog Post with Good Graphs: Barry Ritholtz, “Labor Day, Income & The Middle Class,” The Big Picture Blog, Sep. 3, 2012.
Blog Post: Sherrilyn Ifill, Forget “All”: Why Most Women Never Even Get Half, Beacon Broadside, July 23, 2012.
Blog Post of interest: Tamar Birckhead, “From Poverty to Stigma to Poor Health Among Teens,” Juvenile Justice Blog, June 22, 2012.
Blog Entry: Ms. Smith, “The Only Thing My Kids Need to Be Safe is a Home,” With Housing and Justice For All, Blog of the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, Apr. 27, 2012 (first person account of being homeless with children and the lack of social protections).
Op-Ed: Chuck Bean & Glen O’Gilvie, Think Twice Before You Slice, Huffington Post, May 2, 2012.
Blog Post: Tera W. Hunter, “Family Values: Not By Bread Alone,” Huffington Post, Mar. 14, 2012.
Blog Post: Greg Kaufman, This Week in Poverty: Paul Ryan’s Focus on Dignity, The Nation, Mar. 22, 2012