Poverty and the Pandemic

Americans with tight financial resources have fewer options as they navigate COVID-19 closures and layoffs.

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A Calling to Child Care

Hear from YMCA's Luisa Montes about family child care champion of 25 years, Joy Mclaurin, of Oceanside

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COVID-19 and Our Food System

Immediate Impacts and Priority Recommendations for Policymakers and Funders

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Parents Unequipped for Distance Learning

A survey shows that the vast majority of parents feel completely unequipped to guide their children’s education.

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Food Banks face COVID-19 Pressure

Food banks and pantries across the country are facing a steep drop-off in the bread and butter of their operations.

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Redlining and Housing Protections

A conversation about the repercussions of redlining in San Diego neighborhoods.

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School Closure harms Students

Officials are having to find creative ways to ensure students are getting access to the food they need.

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The Poverty Line is Outdated

The official poverty measure — also known as the federal poverty line — is remarkably outdated.

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Californians Pay for more Childcare

As CA struggles to meet child care and preschool needs, some communities are asking voters to help fill the gap.

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