Poverty in California
For California’s Homeless, CalFresh Is Essential Part of Safety Net Caroline Danielson June 19 2020 CalFresh food assistance is a key support for people confronting homelessness, and efforts to expand access to CalFresh are critical.
Racial Disparities Are Widespread in California Sarah Bohn, Magnus Lofstrom, Lynette Ubois June 3 2020 Addressing disparities across a wide range of areas – criminal justice, health, income and wealth, education – is essential to improving the safety and overall well-being of California’s African American communities.
Tackling Food Insecurity among K–12 Students during COVID-19 Caroline Danielson, Niu Gao May 28 2020 With schools closed due to the pandemic, local school districts are working with the state to help provide meals for eligible students.
Overcrowded Housing and COVID-19 Risk among Essential Workers Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Paulette Cha May 12 2020 Essential workers are more likely than other workers to live in crowded homes, increasing the risk of transmitting the coronavirus.
Many Low-Income Families Left Out of Federal Stimulus Benefits Tess Thorman, Caroline Danielson, Sarah Bohn April 24 2020 Federal stimulus checks during COVID-19 will reach an estimated four of five California families, but many of the lowest income families won’t get assistance.