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Race, Place, and Poverty

Published By
Urban Institute

This resource provides insight into the intersections between race, place, and poverty. It includes five issue briefs on disconnected low-income men and an interactive map showing the geographic variations in characteristics of low-income adult men 18 to 44 without bachelor's degrees in 64 US metropolitan areas.

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BIPOC Health Equity Library
Published on 09/27/2022