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kathryn edin

Urban renewal
Cities working for change
Published Sept 24, 2017
21st Century Neighborhoods symposium draws mayors, other leaders to Baltimore to share ideas on 'lifting up distressed communities'
How welfare failed millions
Published Sept 24, 2017
Welfare now less responsive to families who need it, drives people to live on 'virtually nothing,' poverty expert Kathy Edin says
A portrait of young lives in 'the other America'
Published Sept 24, 2017
Sociologists DeLuca, Edin take in-depth look at disparate paths of Baltimore youth in 'Coming of Age in the Other America'
21st Century Cities
Poverty and geography
Published Sept 24, 2017 Video
In JHU visit, White House official outlines Obama administration's efforts to address poverty
The end of the end of the line
Published Winter 2015
When Kathryn Edin began researching Americans forced to live on $2 a day, she did not know she would find 4 million of them / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A notable read
Published Sept 24, 2017
Book co-authored by JHU's Kathryn Edin included on 'The New York Times Book Review' list of 100 Notable Books of 2015
$2.00 a day
Stories of extreme poverty
Published Sept 24, 2017
JHU social scientist Kathryn Edin speaks about her new book
$2 a day
Extreme poverty examined
Published Sept 24, 2017
Book co-authored by JHU social scientist Kathryn Edin profiles the poorest of the poor in the U.S. / Marketplace
Hearing Their Voices
Tuning in to what young city residents have to say
Published Sept 24, 2017
Project gives young people in Baltimore a chance to share their stories in wake of Freddie Gray's death, resulting unrest
Love and money
'Deadbeat dads' study
Published Sept 24, 2017
Many low-income fathers support their children through gifts, not cash, research suggests