A Blueprint for Economic Security

I recently published a paper (A Blueprint for Economic Security) with the Center for Family Policy and Practice.  The focus is on Child Support Enforcement system reform.  What follows is a brief summary. America has been remade.  Workforce changes have reached all major demographics but some have been particularly disadvantaged—high on the list is men…

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Black Women Creators Are Giving the Angry Black Woman Life

Apparently, interesting things happen when black women are in charge of their own stories. In recent weeks, they gave new life to the angry black woman. Let’s do a quick review. Underground‘s Ernestine (created by Misha Green) helped end the television show’s first season by slowly hanging a man to death and suggesting she would…

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