Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Young Black Children and Children of Single Mothers Fare Worst in 2009 Rural Poverty Rates

Measuring by race, place, and family, poverty rates are highlighted for two rural groups--young lack children and children of single mothers--who each face rates around 50%.

Read the brief Beth Mattingly and Jessica Bean:
The Unequal Distribution of Child Poverty

Visit the Carsey Institute

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