American Family Experiences with Poverty and Homelessness

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watercolor image of koi fish from the pages of Uncensored

The Summer 2011 issue of UNCENSORED, a newsletter from the Institute for Children, Poverty, & Homelessness, takes a look at the trends shaping family homelessness in communities across America. One article examines how art programs provide stability to homeless youth, and the experiences of volunteers. Another article takes a look at New York City's housing subsidy policies. Meanwhile, with the number of Americans experiencing food insecurity at historic highs, articles focus on topics like the origin of the school lunch program and a new program providing free milk to New York City residents.

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