Paying for a child’s future college tuition can be a big source of stress for caregivers. Here are four ways you can start preparing.
A Black woman would have to work 263 extra days to earn what a white, non-Hispanic man earned in 2021. Here are 11 actions you can take to help close the gender and race wage gap.
Recently-arrived migrants seeking to apply for asylum are being met with an overwhelmed legal system. “This is a large need that is unfunded completely,” said NYLAG’s Jodi Ziesemer, who spoke with Documented about the issue.
NYLAG’s Deborah Berkman spoke with City Limits about a new bill that would require New York City to provide mental health services on-site at all homeless shelters that serve families with children.
NYLAG’s Deborah Berkman testified to the NYC Council Committee on General Welfare advocating for an advisory board on accessibility within shelters, needed improvements to NYC’s shelter intake centers and systems, and better accommodations for residents with disabilities.
On August 24, 2022, the Biden administration announced a plan for broad student loan cancellation. Twenty million people may have their federal student loans fully cancelled. You may be wondering if you qualify and how the plan will be implemented. Based on what we know so far, here are some answers.