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.
Joy Moses y Jasmin Jones observan que la participación de personas de color en el movimiento los beneficia a ellos y a la causa.
Joy Moses and Jasmin Jones note that people of color’s participation within the movement benefits them and the cause.
To make progress, African Americans and activists need to fight back against historical stereotypes of them being poor and unemployed, writes Joy Moses.
Congress should redefine the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program with a goal to end poverty, writes Joy Moses.
In The Hill, Joy Moses looks at how we can improve welfare on the 15th anniversary of the welfare reform bill.
Joy Moses examines the everyday experiences of domestic help in the South in the 1960s told in the movie “The Help” and by chroniclers of those workers today.
‘The Help’ en Nuestra Sociedad Hoy: Joy Moses examina las experiencias diarias de empleadas de hogar en el sur de Estados Unidos durante los años sesenta, en base a la narración de la película “The Help” y por los historiadores de estos trabajadores hoy en día.
Report A significant number of people are unable to afford legal assistance, a serious problem for both litigants and courts, writes Joy Moses.
A Supreme Court decision handed down yesterday illustrates why we need to do more to help families involved in child support disputes, writes Joy Moses.
Joy Moses explora lo qué anda mal con las políticas federales de la manutención de menores y como mejorarlas mientras el país se prepara a celebrar el Día del Padre.