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How should Latinx Americans identify their race on the 2020 Census? “White”? “Amerindian”? “Mixed”? “Other”?
Increases in the Latinx population and overall philanthropic giving have not yet translated into more charitable investments for the Latinx community.
Senator Roy Blunt recently released a draft bill with funding recommendations for programs that support America's children.
Tax policy experts recently discussed the biggest challenges for implementing a wealth tax in America.
A recent Vice article featured a low-income homeowner who's facing jail time because she couldn't afford home repairs.
Service providers are addressing the unique needs of clients who've experienced multiple types of victimization.
Recent unrest in America’s cities has prompted the community development field to ask how their work can better level the playing field.
Over the past two years, Opportunity Zones have become the most discussed piece of federal economic development policy.
The more time young parents spend combining work with education, the higher their incomes were at age 30.
Arkansas is one of the first states to implement work requirements for Medicaid and SNAP.

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