Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a critical anti-poverty support for women, especially women of color and women with disabilities. Due to systemic health and economic inequalities, women and people of color have lower incomes and higher disability rates, making SSI benefits more crucial for them. Unfortunately, SSI’s outdated and complicated rules limit the program’s effectiveness at reducing poverty. As a result, the SSI program should be improved, which would advance gender, racial, and disability justice.