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Fall Brings New Advocacy Opportunities

Fall is here! While New York City’s children and families have kicked off a new school year, we’ve been gearing up here at CCC for another productive year advocating on their behalf. There’s a lot of work ahead of us to make New York City a better plac …

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Do You Know How to Help New Yorkers Double Their Earning Power?

What if we told you that we know how to help New Yorkers double their earning power? The key to achieving this goal is clear – help more young people graduate from college. In New York City, a college degree holder earns twice the median income of some …

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CCC Responds to the Latest Census Data

CCC Responds to the Latest Census Data

Read our initial reaction to the latest child poverty data released by the census in a recent Op Ed by CCC Executive Director Jennifer March in City Limits. The new Census data released on September 18 provides some positive news for New York City: the …

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Housing Subsidies: A shelter is no place for a child to grow up.

Check out the letter in today’s New York Times by our very own Elizabeth Hoffman about the critical need for rental subsidies to help families and children access permanent housing. To the Editor: Every day, the number of children growing up in homeles …

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CCC Reacts to Federal Investigation of Treatment of Teens at Rikers Island

Read our recent Letter to the Editor in the New York Times about why we need to Raise the Age of criminal responsibility in New York! To the Editor: Sadly, your article about the Department of Justice report on violence at the Rikers Island jail comple …

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