AJS has published dozens of research reports, studies and other publications about the issues crucial to struggling communities. Critical data, policy analysis, and participatory research can all help shift the narrative and advance demands to improve communities.
Child care is essential for student parents to succeed. This report from Communities for Our Colleges documents the challenges to obtaining child care by undocumented students and key policy recommendations to overcome them.
Read our report on the state of organizing today, A Call to Innovative Organizing.
Read Disenfranchised by Debt, a report documenting how millions of people empoverished by prison are then blocked from voting.
Read the Job Gap Economic Prosperity Series, over twenty years of reports on the challenges for working families.
A selection of the reports and publications from our archives:
- Wasted Wealth: How the Wall Street Crash Continues to Stall Economic Recovery and Deepen Racial Inequity in America – May 2013
- Freed Today, Hungry Tomorrow: An Assessment of the Drug Felony Disqualification in Washington’s Food Stamp Program – Feb 2003