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Policy Fuels Inequalities: Exclusions from CARES Act Echo the 1935 Social Security Act

Disclaimer: Posts are solely the views of the author and do not represent the views of Brandeis University or The Institute on Assets and Social Policy. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted work for millions of U.S. workers, creating large-scale financial stress and precarity, with particularly devastating effects for workers of color and immigrant workers. The […]

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Introducing IASP Lab

Welcome to IASP Lab! We are initiating this curated column in the midst of disaster and uncertainty, as COVID-19’s ravages and the George Floyd-inspired nationwide protest and demand for change alters our world, our mission, our lives, our identities, and our work. Our Work. The space that melds the personal, practice, and policy to our […]

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Mouths Masked, Democracy in the Dark, Market Power Grabbed, Executive Authority Centralized, Legislation in the Fog.

Disclaimer: Posts are solely the views of the author and do not represent the views of Brandeis University or The Institute on Assets and Social Policy. IASP Lab Director’s Post 5.15.20 [This post pre-dates the national outrage over George Floyd’s murder] In a world before COVID-19: Banning immigration touches off a maelstrom of protests. Shredding […]

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Director’s Statement

Disclaimer: Posts are solely the views of the author and do not represent the views of Brandeis University or The Institute on Assets and Social Policy. I write as Director of the Institute on Assets and Social Policy to express my deep and abiding solidarity with those standing up, speaking out, and fighting back against […]