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Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2012

CCC has created a Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2012, including an infographic and data table by borough, that shows key data elements from the 2012 United States Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. At 31.4%, New York City’s child pov …

2011 Census Shows Continuing Disparities in Child Well-Being Across the Boroughs

Download CCC’s Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2011, based on data from the United States Census Bureau’s 2011 American Community Survey, which highlights key statistics about what it is like to be a child in New York City and in each of the f …

Snapshot of New York City Children and Families in 2011: Statistics from the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey

CCC has created a Snapshot of NYC Children and Families in 2011 including an infographic and data table by borough that shows key data elements from the 2011 United States Census American Community Survey. One in five New Yorkers is a child; one in thr …

Citizens’ Committee for Children Releases Infographic on Challenges Faced by New York City’s Children

Citizens’ Committee for Children (CCC) today released an infographic illustrating statistics regarding New York City’s children and highlighting how investments in services to support children and families are crucial to the well-being of New York City …

INFOGRAPHIC: Risks to Child Well-Being in NYC

CCC’s newest infographic illustrates some of the risks to child well-being that too many NYC children face each and every day. The data presented illustrate that in New York City 1 in 3 children are living in poverty; 1 in 2 third-graders are reading b …

CCC Press Release: Citizens’ Committee for Children Releases Snapshot of Children and Families in New York City

In anticipation of tonight’s Presidential town-hall format debate on Long Island, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York (CCC) released a visual snapshot of children and families in New York City illustrating why issues of poverty and children ar …

Campaign for Children Impact Brief: Cuts to Child Care and After-School Will Hit NYC’s Neediest Communities the Hardest

CCC is a member of the Campaign for Children, a partnership of the Emergency Coalition to Save Child Care and the NYC Youth Alliance, which was created to prevent the Mayor from cutting child care and after-school from 47,000 children due to lose care …

CCC Testimony: Raising the Minimum Wage

CCC testified in support of raising New York State’s minimum wage at the New York State Assembly Committee on Labor hearing on April 23, 2012. The New York State Assembly proposed legislation to raise minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $8.50 per hour …

CCC Testimony: City Council Oversight Hearing: Oversight: Center for Economic Opportunity’s Poverty Measure and its Impact on Public Policy and Allocation of City Resources

CCC testified about the value of the Center for Economic Opportunity’s (CEO) alternative poverty measure on April 17, 2012 at the City Council Committee on Community Development oversight hearing on the CEO’s poverty measure and its impact on public po …

Concentrated Poverty in New York City: An Analysis of the Changing Geographic Patterns of Poverty

Download the report now. Get more data on poverty and child well-being by visiting our Keeping Track database. The concentrated poverty rate is the proportion of people in a specified geographic area who live in extreme-poverty neighborhoods, meaning m …

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