United Way: New tax law could delay your refund
The Des Moines Register, December 31, 2016

United Way: New tax law could delay your refund
Pensacola News Journal,   December 31, 2016

2016 Person of the Year: Jason Q. Purnell
St. Louis American, December 29, 2016

Obama wants millions of Americans in his retirement plan
Bloomberg, December 16, 2016

When I’m Sixty-Four
Webster-Kirkwood Times, December 14, 2016

Delaying tax refunds for Earned Income Tax Credit and additional child tax credit claimants
Tax Policy Center, Urban Institute & Brookings Institute, December 7, 2016

Parents should choose for themselves where savings will be managed for each child [Hebrew]
TheMarker, December 6, 2016

Savings for each child: Professor Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Israeli researcher at Washington University behind the plan, answers your questions live [Hebrew]
TheMarker Online, December 5, 2016

Continuing our push forward toward equality
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 2, 2016

Hosted the 2016 International Forum on Self-help Welfare for the vision of the policy to support the independence of the poor [Korean]
UpKorea, November 28, 2016

Hosted the ‘Self-help Welfare International Forum’ for the vision of supporting the independence of the poor [Korean]
Herald Business Internet Edition, November 28, 2016

Korea, the United States, Germany, Japan seeking policies to support the poor: The 2016 International Forum for Self-help Welfare [Korean]
eToday, November 28, 2016

International Forum for Self-Help Welfare opened in 2016: Seeking a vision for supporting the poor [Korean]
HSBC Korea, November 28, 2016

Low-income earners need to save tax returns
Phys.org, November 23, 2016

Low-income earners need to save tax returns
University of Michigan News, November 22, 2016

New York seeks to jump-start college savings by giving cash to kindergartners’ parents
The New York Times,   November 21, 2016

Conference to address climate change and social justice
WUSTL Record, November 15, 2016

America’s original artisans go back to the land
Newsweek, November 11, 2016

Economic justice on list of key social work issues
NASW News, November 2016

Black-white disparity in student loan debt more than triples after graduation
Brookings Institution, October 20, 2016

In Ferguson, a picture of health disparities
U.S. News, October 14, 2016

HomeGrown STL: Connecting researchers on black males with the community
St. Louis American, October 12, 2016

12 questions for the presidential debate
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 9, 2016

Developer subsidies may get more scrutiny in St. Louis
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 7, 2016

Tax abatements and the segregation of incentives
St. Louis American, October 6, 2017

Student debt and economic hardship
WUSTL The Source, September 22, 2016

12 Grand Challenges gain momentum at Brown School forum
Social Justice Solutions, September 20, 2016

12 Grand Challenges gain momentum at Brown School forum
CRISP, September 19, 2016

Mass incarceration could be costing the United States over $1 trillion a year
Fusion, September 17, 2016

Joe Madison – Washington University professors – Mass incarceration
SiriusXM New & Issues, September 16, 2016

The full cost of incarceration in the U.S. is over $1 trillion, study finds
Huffington Post, September 13, 2016

Cost of incarceration in the U.S. more than $1 trillion
WUSTL Record, September 13, 2016

The true cost of mass incarceration exceeds $1 trillion
ThinkProgress, September 12, 2016

Incarceration in the U.S. costs more than $1 trillion a year, Washington University study claims
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, September 10, 2016

Brown School conference to focus on ‘12 Grand Challenges’ for America
WUSTL The Source, September 8, 2016

Private prisons to be phased out, Obama administration seeks higher goal
The Christian Science Monitor , August 18, 2016

How owners of a $600,00 house get away with paying $400 in property taxes
St. Louis Magazine, August 18, 2016

Screening for suicide risk among urban children vitally important
WUSTL Brown School, July 22, 2016

NorthSide Phase 1: affordable for whom?
St. Louis American, July 14, 2016

The death of the middle class is worse than you think
Fortune Magazine, July 13, 2016

Make it easier, more rewarding to save
Intuit Tax & Financial Center, July 8, 2016

City must meet legal requirement to fund affordable housing
St. Louis American, July 3, 2016

NorthSide to build 500 residential units over next 5 years​
St. Louis American, June 16, 2016

To change poor students’ perceptions, change their realities​
Pacific Standard, June 2, 2016

8k children take part in YouthSave​
Kathmandu Post , May 19, 2016

WashU Expert: Google payday loan ad ban highlights need for affordable loans​
WUSTL Record, May 16, 2016

Joe Madison speaks with Michal Grinstein-Weiss about her Refunds To Savings Initiative
SiriusXM News & Issues, May 11, 2016

College debt is much worse for black students​
CNBC, May 5, 2016

Student debt is about to set another record, but the picture isn’t all bad
The Wall Street Journal, May 2, 2016

Black Students Take on More Debt than Asian, White Low-Income Students​
The Fiscal Times, May 2, 2016

New Study Highlights What You Didn’t Know About Race and College Debt
Sojourners, May 3, 2016

The (bigger than we realized) role race plays in college debt​
The Wall Street Journal, May 2, 2016

How student debt disproportionately affects low-income black students
Forbes, April 29, 2016

What if all Americans started saving from birth?
The Atlantic,   April 27, 2016

Amid growing effort to help ex-cons, a small but powerful step
The Christian Science Monitor,   April 26, 2016

With focus groups, researcher looks at race, trauma and mental health in north St. Louis
St. Louis Public Radio,   April 26, 2016

Research reveals racial disparities in education debt
WUS​TL Record, April 21, 2016​

Capitalizing on tax time
New America Weekly,   April 21, 2016

Start saving to stop spending money on alternative financial services (AFS) – part 2
America Saves Blog,   April 14, 2016

Senators propose holding part of refunds for taxpayers’ ‘Rainy Day’ funds
The New York Times, April 14, 2016

Start saving to stop spending money on alternative financial services (AFS) – part 1
America Saves Blog, April 13, 2016

WashU Expert: Getting a tax refund? Consider saving it
WUSTL Record,   April 13, 2016

​Promoting financial inclusion through innovations in banking young people​
TV3 (Ghana), April 2016

Banks urged to consider PCC to increase youth savings accounts
News Ghana, April 13, 2016

Trends in macro social work education
Social Work Today, March/April, 2016

The latest corporate benefit: the 529 plan
The Wall Street Journal, March 27, 2016

Scholar’s legacy provides education funding for Salem’s children
phillynews.com  (Philadelphia​ Inquirer and Daily News), March 21, 2016

Brown School initiative to explore inequality and racism in America
WUSTL Record, March 22, 2016

Housing conference focuses on needed policy changes
St. Louis American, February 11, 2016

Where police violence encounters mental illness​
The New York Times, January 13, 2016