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2020 Census: Protecting Vulnerable New Yorkers Through a Fair & Accurate Count

Are you an educator, after-school provider, or part of another social service organization that serves children? Are you concerned about what a census undercount means for your program, students or community?  Join Citizens’ Committee for Children …

Snapshot of NYC Children & Families: New Census Data Show Child Poverty Remains an Obstacle

The latest data released by the U.S. Census Bureau in late September reveal that signs of economic recovery seen in 2013 seem to have lost momentum in 2014. CCC has conducted a thorough analysis of the data, which you can review in our annual Snapshot …

Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2014: Statistics from the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey

CCC has created a Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2014 including an infographic and data table by borough that shows key data elements from the 2014 United States Census American Community Survey. The latest data released by the U.S. Census Bu …

Snapshot of NYC’s Children and Families – Share the Latest Statistics!

The latest U.S. Census data show some promising signs of economic recovery for families, including the fact that the child poverty rate decreased for the first time since the recession. Here are some of the latest statistics: 30,500 fewer children live …

Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2013

CCC has created a Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2013, including an infographic and data table by borough that shows key data elements from the recently-released United States Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. The Census data show pr …

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 …

New Census Data Shows Increase in Child Poverty in NYC

The U.S. Census Bureau released their updated data from the 2012 American Community Survey and it once again showed child poverty to be increasing in New York City. The new data provides sobering evidence that, even four years after the economic recove …

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