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Link to:Ivacko provides context for economic hardship findings
Mar 29, 2019
Understanding poverty in Michigan is the first step towards alleviating it, so people are playing particular attention[...]
Link to:MLive taps Poverty Solutions expert on child poverty in Flint
Sep 25, 2018
New analysis from the U.S. Census Bureau data from 2017 reveals Flint is the poorest city in the U.S. of its size, and[...]
Link to:Harvard Magazine publishes feature on previously-announced partnership with U-M Poverty Solutions 
Sep 25, 2018
Two new partnership between U-M’s Poverty Solutions and Harvard University’s Equality of Opportunity Project (EOP),[...]
Link to:Luke Shaefer proposal for Universal Child Allowance influences Senate tax proposal
Nov 09, 2017
On June 21, a proposal by Christopher Wimer (Columbia University), Jane Waldfogel (Columbia University), and the Ford[...]
Link to:Seefeldt on Making Sen$e: Fix social safety net—don’t shame those who need it
Feb 06, 2017
Kristin Seefeldt ’s (MPP '96, PhD '10) recent op-ed, featured in Making Sen$e on February 2, highlights the need to “[...]

Related Past Events

Jan
17
In his new book, The Once and Future Worker , Manhattan Institute scholar Oren Cass challenges our basic assumptions about what prosperity means and where it comes from.
2019 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Feb
01
Through money bail systems, fees and fines, strictly enforced laws and regulations against behavior including trespassing and public urination that largely affect the homeless, and the substitution of prisons and jails for the mental hospitals that have traditionally served the impoverished, in one of the richest countries on Earth we have effectively made it a crime to be poor.
2018 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Apr
07
Making Housing More Affordable is the first in the Poverty Solutions Engagement Series, where we will tackle a poverty-related topic and connect faculty, students and communities to explore ideas, strategies and potential solutions to some of the most pressing challenges of our time.
2017 - 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm