Fall 2013, Vol 4.3

The Fall 2013 issue of UNCENSORED features excerpts from the Tackling Poverty panel discussion in early 2013. “Girls Write Now” takes a look at a highly successful New York City program, pairing professional women writers and editors with often at-risk female high school students to enhance the girls’ writing skills. “Judy Centers” examines efforts to bring together educational and family services under one roof for preschool-aged children and their parents. “The Sanity Project” comprises heartbreaking and inspiring personal essays by a Michigan-based homeless education liaison.…

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Summer 2013, Vol. 4.2

Our spring issue features “It Takes McCarver to Raise a Child: The Tacoma Housing Authority’s Education-based Fight against Homelessness” and “Beyond Freedom: Survivors of Domestic Violence Learn Self-Care.” The National Perspective focuses on “The Struggles of Homeless Hispanic Families;” The Historical Perspective revisits “Fresh Air for City Kids: the Early Years of Summer Camp”; the Voices column looks closely at “Rapidly Re-Housing Homeless Families: New York City—a Case Study.”…

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