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Economic Justice Content Topic Results

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First Steps to Building an IDA Project in Native Communities

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This brief document presents an overview of the challenges and considerations when creating an IDA program with Native American communities.
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Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers and Homelessness

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This fact sheet describes the Housing Choice Voucher Program, why and how it is effective and the different situations of individuals who access this program. Statistics are given which support the effectiveness of the voucher program.
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Enhancing Opportunities for Entrepreneurship: 2003 findings from the third round of the Collaborative Fund for Women's Economic Development

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This study highlights nine organizations and their work with disadvantaged women entrepreneurs between 2001-2004. Included are details about how the organizations were funded, the cost of services, and real outcomes for the women served.
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Establishing Individual Development Accounts for Domestic Violence Survivors

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This brief fact sheet describes IDA programs, eligibility requirements, and how AFI grantees can work with domestic violence programs to offer IDAs to survivors.
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Tax Credits For Working Families

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The Tax Credit for Working Families site is a resource for research and information about the EITC, CTC, CDCTC, and the Property Tax Circuit Breaker.
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Frequently Asked Questions Related to the Poverty Guidelines and Poverty

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This webpage is an excellent pathfinder and primer on the federal government's poverty guidelines.
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Gender Equality In Disasters: Six Principles for Engendered Relief and Reconstruction

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This document highlights gender equality and risk reduction principles for guiding disaster response.
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Do Welfare and IDA Program Policies Affect Asset Holdings?

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Minimal research has examined the affect of public assistance rules on saving and asset accumulation among low-income families.
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Eligibility for Premium Tax Credit for Victims of Domestic Abuse

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This notice provides guidance on circumstances in which a victim of domestic abuse who is married within the meaning of § 7703 of the Internal Revenue Code and is unable to file a joint tax return may claim a premium tax credit under § 36B.
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What Protections Do I Have Against Credit Discrimination?

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This webpage defines credit discrimination, as well as provides tips as to how individuals can protect themselves against credit discrimination. Individuals who believe they have been discriminated against can submit a complaint through a link provided on the webpage.