Reports and Briefs
Charts and Graphics
American Almanac
Journal of Children & Poverty


Resources and References


Reaching into the Shadows

Pew Research Center; Washington, DC National Housing Law Project; San Francisco, CA California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation; Sacramento, CA Annunciation House; El Paso, TX Immigration Center for Women and Children; Los Angeles, CA El Centro; Kansas City, KS New York Times; New York, NY Food Bank of North Alabama; Huntsville, AL.

Little Becoming Less

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities;, Washington, DC U.S. Department of Agriculture; Washington, DC The Center for Hunger-Free Communities, Children’s HealthWatch, and Drexel University’s School of Public Health; Coalition Against Hunger; Philadelphia, PA Pennsylvania Hunger Action Center; Enola, PA Just Harvest; Pittsburgh, PA Squirrel Hill Food Pantry; Pittsburgh, PA Kansas Action for Children; Topeka, KS Supportive Parents Information Network; San Diego, CA Feeding South Florida; Pembroke Park, FL Lowcountry Food Bank; Charleston, SC.

Green Thumbs Up

Supportive Housing Network of New York; New York, NY Horticultural Society of New York; New York, NY American Horticultural Therapy Association; King of Prussia, PA My Big Backyard, LLC; Denton, MD Homeless Garden Project; Santa Cruz, CA Gateway Greening; St. Louis, MO The Bridge; New York, NY Georgia’s Place; Brooklyn, NY United Way of New York City; New York, NY Praxis Housing Initiatives; Bronx, NY.



on the Record

Experts Respond to Questions about the Biggest Misperceptions among the General Public about Homelessness

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; Washington, DC ■ Family Health Center of Worcester; Worcester, MA ■ Anne Arundel County Public Schools; Annapolis, MD ■ Primo Center for Women and Children; Chicago, IL.

The National Perspective

Homeless Youth: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

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The Historical Perspective

Excluding the Poor

Bloom, Nicholas Dagen. Public Housing That Worked: New York in the Twentieth Century. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009. Coalition for the Homeless. “State of the Homeless 2012,” May 31, 2012. Kessner, Thomas. Fiorello H. La Guardia and the Making of Modern New York. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1989. Murphy, Jarrett. “Chapter 3: Suddenly, No One Wanted to Pay for Public Housing.” City Limits, January 10, 2009. New York City Housing Authority. “Fact Sheet,” April 26, 2012. Quinn, Christine C. “Record Homelessness Calls for New Approach.” Huffington Post, June 13, 2012. ref=new-york Radford, Gail. Modern Housing for America: Policy Struggles in the New Deal Era. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.


UNCENSORED would like to thank the following organizations for sharing photographs for use in this publication: Feeding South Florida; Georgia’s Place; New York City Housing Authority; Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry; and The Bridge.

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