Report While a multifaceted approach is needed to address human resource issues in public service, the strategic expansion of national service has much to contribute to the development of “talent” in the helping fields.
Issue Brief It’s hard to imagine what poor families will do and how the nation can reasonably reduce poverty should the federal government continue to slash budgets for critical programs.
Balancing the federal budget on the backs of poor and middle-class families lacks soundness and fairness.
Half in Ten analyzes the nation's progress toward cutting poverty in half in 10 years, tracking progress along several indicators of success.
A poverty-reduction strategy focusing on marriage addresses a symptom but doesn’t solve the problem.
Joy Moses says the Supreme Court, with its ruling in Miller v. Alabama, has set a path to provide additional safeguards for largely poor and black youthful offenders.
The issues, needs, and concerns of low-income fathers and working-class men in general must be part of the national conversation, argues Joy Moses.
Joy Moses explains how Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget would worsen social problems and does not represent America at its best.
Joy Moses describes how "Undefeated," an Oscar-winning movie with a largely black cast, is good for the entertainment business.
Report Report from Joy Moses points the way toward a more inclusive and culturally enlightened America that understands that poverty has no racial, ethnic, gender, or regional boundaries.
Joy Moses contributed this chapter in Half in Ten's poverty indicators report on how we can support families so they can raise their children in safe, stable environments.
Issue Brief Joy Moses discusses the facts—and counters the myths—about public benefits programs that largely serve the middle class and those living in poverty.
John Craig, Joy Moses, and Katie Wright examine how the movement can help those at the lower rungs of the 99 percent.
Joy Moses and John Craig presents the five dream killers aimed at gutting federal programs that if enacted would lock our nation’s poor in poverty.
Joy Moses offers a game plan for eventually ending poverty in America in this essay for the Dream of a Nation project.