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Women in the Wake of the Storm: Examining the Post-Katrina Realities of the Women of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast (Executive Summary)

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By |2020-12-19T16:26:48-04:00April 1, 2018|IWPR|Comments Off on Women in the Wake of the Storm: Examining the Post-Katrina Realities of the Women of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast (Executive Summary)

Black Girls in New York City: Untold Strength and Resilience

Black Girls in New York City: Untold Strength and Resilience provides an often unseen portrait of the lives of Black girls living in the city of New York. The report offers an overview of literature as well as an analysis of original data collected through focus groups and written surveys.

By |2020-10-30T17:18:21-04:00February 28, 2009|IWPR|Comments Off on Black Girls in New York City: Untold Strength and Resilience

Women in the Wake of the Storm: Examining the Post-Katrina Realities of the Women of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast

This report puts to paper the perspectives of women gathered through a series of semi-structured one-on-one and small group interviews with thirty-eight women in New Orleans and Slidell, Louisiana as well as in Biloxi and Gulfport, Mississippi.

By |2020-11-13T03:09:28-04:00April 1, 2008|IWPR|Comments Off on Women in the Wake of the Storm: Examining the Post-Katrina Realities of the Women of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast

Resilient and Reaching for More: Challenges and Benefits of Higher Education for Welfare Participants and Their Children

This report details the inspiration, struggles, and perseverance of those pursuing a college degree while receiving welfare in California and the benefits that education brings them and their children.

The Women of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast: Multiple Disadvantages and Key Assets for Recovery Part I. Poverty, Race, Gender and Class

This Briefing Paper, the first in a two-part series addressing the needs of the women of the Gulf Coast region, uncovers the multiple disadvantages experienced by women who lived in the areas affected by both the hurricanes, Katrina and Rita, and in many of the communities to which the evacuees are moving.

By |2020-11-12T06:07:00-04:00September 30, 2005|IWPR|Comments Off on The Women of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast: Multiple Disadvantages and Key Assets for Recovery Part I. Poverty, Race, Gender and Class

In Our Own Backyards: Local and State Strategies to Improve the Quality of Family Child Care

Th is report examines state and local policies and programs designed to improve the quality of family child care. For the purposes of this report, family child care is defined as a provider caring for two or more unrelated children in the provider’s home.

The Children Left Behind: Deeper Poverty, Fewer Supports

This study examines the well-being of low-income children living with a single parent before and after welfare reform. Age and race/ethnicity variables are used to illuminate the range of impacts experienced by the children in the sample.

By |2020-12-12T19:56:25-04:00May 31, 2003|IWPR|Comments Off on The Children Left Behind: Deeper Poverty, Fewer Supports

Before and After Welfare Reform: The Work and Well-Being of Low-Income Single Parent Families

This report is the tenth in a series of IWPR reports examining the income sources and employment of low-income families.

By |2020-11-30T00:40:19-04:00May 31, 2003|IWPR|Comments Off on Before and After Welfare Reform: The Work and Well-Being of Low-Income Single Parent Families

Life After Welfare Reform: Low-Income Single Parent Families, Pre- and Post-TANF

This Research-in-Brief is based on selected findings from an Institute for Women’s Policy Research study, Life After Welfare Reform: The Characteristics, Work, and Well Being of Low-Income Single Parent Families, Pre- and Post-PRWORA. The findings in this study underscore the need to make improvements to the welfare system to address gender and racial inequities and focus on poverty reduction.

By |2020-12-20T17:45:52-04:00May 21, 2002|IWPR|Comments Off on Life After Welfare Reform: Low-Income Single Parent Families, Pre- and Post-TANF
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