Publications

New Release
April 2024

Fifty Years of Rising Rental Housing Costs and Their Unequal Impacts on Californians ​

New Release
March 2024

The high cost of rental housing in California falls heaviest on women, especially Black women, single mothers, and older women living alone. 

Report
January 2024

An Introduction to the Gendered Impacts of Climate Change and Recommendations For Action in California

Report
June 2023

An analysis of key indicators on reproductive and sexual health in California, 2015-2021

Report
June 2023

An Analysis of Undocumented Women in the U.S. and the four states with the highest numbers of undocumented immigrants: California, Texas, Florida, and New York.

Report
January 2023

The End of Roe and the Perilous Road Ahead for Women in the Dobbs Era

Report
January 2023

An analysis of the fossil fuel workforce, occupational transition opportunities, and State support for potentially impacted workers

Report
August 2022

Evaluating A Regional Approach to the Los Angeles County Housing Crisis

Report
August 2022

A Race and Gender Impact Analysis of California’s Justice 40 Initiative

Report
August 2022

An Analysis of the Gender Impacts of California's Housing Affordability Crisis

Report
April 2022

An analysis of the impact of raising the minimum wage on tipped workers in New Hampshire

Report
February 2022

A data-based analysis of the economic challenges faced by undocumented women in California

Report
September 2021

An analysis of proposals to increase Pell Grants and the impact on reducing student debt

Report
June 2021

An analysis of projected climate resilience funding and its effects by region, race, and gender

Report
June 2021

An analysis of proposals to make Washington D.C. a state and its potential impacts on women and Black Americans

Report
June 2021

An analysis of New York State’s proposed elimination of the tipped minimum wage and its impact on low-wage women workers

Commentary
March 2021

Americans have the will to work toward women’s equality and gender equity. We just need a way.