In my 62 ½ years of life I have experienced a lot. Some good, some bad. I recall, as vividly as if it were yesterday, the day that I was sitting in my third-grade classroom and our teacher told us […]
Unfortunately for some children, summertime doesn’t mean vacations and water parks. It means hunger. Because for far too many children, when there is no school there is no lunch.
If you were to Google the phrase ‘refugee stories’ you would get over 10 million links to stories of all kinds. Many, given recent history, would be about Syria. Many would be about the current Executive Order issue. Some you […]
Recent research from places like the Center for Housing Policy shows the deep correlation between quality affordable housing and short and long-term health and economic benefits.
Living in, or on the edge of, poverty is a stressful existence. When uncontrollable events like inclement weather make that existence even worse, it makes life that much harder.
As technology has become solidly integrated into nearly every aspect of American life, the effects of a lack of Internet access on long-term mobility become more significant.
One out of every five children in America lives in poverty. In the largest economic superpower, the percentage of children living in poverty is almost three times higher than Norway.