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Annual Kids Count data finds Marion County youth continue to struggle with mental health, other areas improved

By JILL SHERIDAN The data book is available and includes measures of youth wellbeing. (Courtesy of Indiana Youth Institute) A yearly look at the wellbeing of Hoosier...

Survey shows link between poverty and mental health

This January, Hamilton Center Inc. (HCI) has been working to bring attention to Poverty Awareness Month and the overall problem affecting the country. The U.S...

Partners in Purpose: Creating a 5-year plan to tackle poverty

United Way of Central Indiana recently unveiled its new five-year strategic plan, Partners in Purpose. It is aimed at focusing on the organization’s resources...

‘The lower the income, the higher the prevalence for abuse’: domestic violence linked to poverty

Black women are more likely to be victims of domestic violence than any other demographic. A Bureau of Justice study found 44% of Black...

Poverty impacts education possibilities

In junior high, Kyerra King started struggling in math. In King’s classroom of over 30 students, the teacher couldn’t offer individual help for each...

Transcript: Recorder interview with Van Jones

The Recorder recently sat down for an interview with Van Jones, who works for CNN and was a former advisor to President Barack Obama,...

Van Jones makes the case for fighting poverty through cooperation

Van Jones has carved out a special place in the political discourse of 2019. Conservatives definitely don’t like the former special advisor to President...

Van Jones makes the case for fighting poverty through cooperation

Van Jones has carved out a special place in the political discourse of 2019. Conservatives definitely don’t like the former special advisor to President...

Putting solutions in place: Leaders will meet at CTS to address poverty

Most people would describe poverty as being poor or not having much money.However, for Rev. Gregory C. Ellison II, Ph.D., there are different types...

Foreclosure crisis still hammers African-Americans

Willie Ann Lytle faced foreclosure on her home two days before Halloween. So she filed for bankruptcy to save it.Lytle’s parents bought the cheerful...
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