social security

How the Global "Gray Wave" Crashes Through Closed Borders

Global Justice columnist Michelle Chen says it’ll drown us all if we don’t realize how closely linked we are.

Older Workers of Color Slip Into Economic Insecurity

In an increasingly harsh economy, social security after retirement could be all that many seniors have to look forward to.

Washington's Whitewashed Social Security Review

Alan Simpson’s bizarre tirade should be expected from a commission stacked with old, white men.

Will Social Security Be the Next Deficit Hawk Prey?

Social Security is 90 percent of income for a third of black and Latino seniors.

Social Security Threats Creep Up on Communities of Color

Privatization whispers are circulating again. That’s particularly bad news for people of color heading into their sunset years.