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Volume 3.2

The Summer 2012 issue of UNCENSORED spotlights service providers nationwide navigating treacherous terrain to help undocumented immigrants in poverty. This edition also provides a historical perspective on public housing in New York City, investigates states’ efforts to curb SNAP benefits, and features UNCENSORED’s first political cartoon.

Volume 3.1
Volume 2.3

The Fall 2011 issue spotlights homeless LGBT youth, the not-so-uncommon phenomenon of "couch-surfing," and housing assistance for survivors of domestic violence. Also inside this issue, the history of settlement houses in America is explored, along with theater programs that are used for awareness and advocacy.

Volume 2.2

The Summer 2011 issue of UNCENSORED takes an on-the-ground look at the trends shaping family homelessness in communities across America. With reporting from around the country, articles examine how art programs provide stability to homeless youth.

Volume 2.1

The Winter 2011 issue of UNCENSORED features articles on athletic programs for disadvantaged youth, employment obstacles and job readiness for impoverished adults, and a profile of a homeless father set within the larger context of senior homelessness. This edition also includes a question-and-answer with three grassroots homelessness advocates, an assessment on finding and aiding homeless students, and a piece on three newly released documentaries illuminating the lives of homeless families. The Historical Perspective is on the Charity Organization Society, which helped poor families become self-reliant. The Guest Voices piece underscores the importance of prioritizing early childhood education.

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