Thursday, March 2, 2023 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Please join us for a national briefing on a new, groundbreaking two-generation analysis of families with low incomes across the US. This new comparative analysis of 2011 and 2021 Census data, looking at children and the adults in their lives together, paints a richer portrait of the state of families in 21st century America and how that data has changed over the last decade. This analysis will illuminate the diversity of families across the US, examining single and dual parent households, families with young children and ones with at least one child under the age of 18, as well as young parent and multigenerational households. A deeper understanding of families with low-incomes will inform our collective work and strengthen how our 2Gen policy and practice recommendations can prioritize health, education, employment, and economic assets to ensure families have access to the resources they need to build intergenerational prosperity and well-being.
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