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poverty

Sociology
Poor families must move often, but rarely escape concentrated poverty
Published Oct 8, 2020
Unforeseen crises force families living in poverty to move to the safest, most convenient locations rather than to places with more opportunities and less segregation
Cash transfers to the poor linked to ecological benefits
Published June 12, 2020
Study finds that cash infusions to poor communities in Indonesia led to less deforestation of the nation's rainforests
Mobility program
Smart moves
Published Winter 2019
Sociologist Stefanie DeLuca collaborates on a Seattle housing experiment that aims to lift children out of poverty / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mobility program
Smart moves
Published Oct 15, 2019
Sociologist Stefanie DeLuca collaborates on a Seattle housing experiment that aims to lift children out of poverty
Civil Rights Week
Experts explore school-to-prison pipeline
Published Oct 4, 2019
School of Education, Urban Health Institute host symposium focusing on complex issues surrounding school policing, employment, and concentrated poverty in Baltimore and beyond
COMMENTARY
Obesity and hunger often go hand in hand
Published July 18, 2019
Hopkins bioethicist Jessica Fanzo argues that the U.S. must do more to address issues of food insecurity / Bloomberg
Q+A
Report outlines a path for reducing child poverty
Published Feb 28, 2019
Child poverty affects about 1 in 8 children in the U.S.; Hopkins economist Robert Moffitt discusses why it's a critical issue and what can be done about it
Community
Hopkins to expand support for survivors of violence in Baltimore
Published Nov 20, 2018
$1.6M grant from Stavros Niarchos Foundation comes in response to community's request for more support, services that promote healing
McPhotos
Published Fall 2017
Photographer Chris Arnade finds pride, poverty, and decent Wi-Fi in McDonald's / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Who eats when food is scarce?
Published Feb 13, 2017
Analysis of food deprivation in three cities shows teens in poor families often go hungry before young children