MINIMUM WAGE

BLOG | April 2016

The Tipped Minimum Wage Hasn’t Budged in 25 Years. That’s a Problem.

Read the center’s latest blog on the 25th anniversary of the tipped minimum wage.

REPORT | April 2015

Raising Wages, Reducing Inequality, Sustaining Families: Why raising the minimum wage is a civil and human rights issue

In partnership with The Leadership Conference Education Fund, the center released provides an updated take on the importance of raising the minimum wage as a civil and human rights issue.

REPORT | October 2014

Improving Wages, Improving Lives: Why raising the minimum wage is a civil and human rights issue

In partnership with The Leadership Conference Education Fund, the center examines how the nation’s historically low minimum wage is an important driver of poverty and income inequality and examines the current state of minimum wage policy on the state and federal level, as well as the far-reaching benefits of a minimum wage increase.

FEATURE | October 2014

Ten Solutions to Fight Economic Inequality

The center joins some of DC’s leading experts on poverty and inequality to identify top solutions to ensure a more fair U.S. economy.

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