Topic - Poverty

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Get a job and love it

Poverty snapshot in the Ninth District: Employment.
Toby Madden
November 2006 - fedgazette

Huddling more massively

Poverty snapshot in the Ninth District: Immigrants vs. Native born.
Joe Mahon
November 2006 - fedgazette

Ninth District Poverty Maps

Nith District maps of percentage point change in poverty, 1993-2003.
November 2006 - fedgazette

One for the ages

Poverty snapshot in the Ninth District: Age structure.
Ronald A. Wirtz
November 2006 - fedgazette

Poor by what standard?

The poverty line is not as clear-cut as it appears.
Ronald A. Wirtz
November 2006 - fedgazette

Poverty by another definition

Ronald A. Wirtz
November 2006 - fedgazette

Poverty in black and white

Poverty snapshot in the Ninth District: race.
Joe Mahon
November 2006 - fedgazette

The connection between poverty and the economy

Rob Grunewald
November 2006 - fedgazette

The gender-family poverty gap

Poverty snapshot in the Ninth District: gender and family structure.
Ronald A. Wirtz
November 2006 - fedgazette

The myriad, changing faces of poverty

Is poverty getting better or worse? Yes.
Ronald A. Wirtz
November 2006 - fedgazette

Disaster recovery for low-income people: Lessons from the Grand Forks flood

In examining actions taken and outcomes realized, the tale of the Grand Forks flood provides lessons about ensuring the long-term well-being of low-income people in the event of a disaster.
Sandy Gerber
September 2006 - Community Dividend

Tribal-citizen entrepreneurship: What does it mean for Indian Country, and how can tribes support it?

A condensed version of a speech Professor Cornell delivered at the Montana Indian Business Conference in Great Falls, Mont., on February 2, 2006.
Stephen Cornell
July 2006 - Community Dividend

19 Ninth District counties rank among nation's poorest

May 2006 - Community Dividend

HUD report reveals worst case housing needs

May 2006 - Community Dividend

Tribal trends

While economic conditions have improved for American Indians living on reservations, poverty remains prevalent, and tribes face deep challenges in their efforts to develop.
Douglas Clement
March 2006 - fedgazette

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