An important bill is moving through the Pennsylvania legislature. It would help single mothers and college students in need complete their education and get back on their financial feet.
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Today, more than 46 million Americans live in poverty. How does one explain the lack of widespread outrage over this – that in a country as rich as ours one in five children are facing hunger?
Last month, I joined Pittsburgh fast food workers and economic justice activists on a 3am bus headed to the McDonald’s annual shareholder meeting in Chicago. Fast food workers and community supporters from around the country traveled in to stand up for a living wage and the right to organize for fair treatment on the job.