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theatrical research: counting women and baselines for advocacy

Coverage of efforts to track the status of and advocate for the parity for women in theater, film and television continues unabated this fall. I summarized a few efforts and data snapshots that have been collected in a post… 857 more words

Theater (general)

Riley County Commission, October 26 and 29, 2015

Riley County Commission October 26, 2015

Joan Strickler, observer

Commissioners Wells, Wilson and Boyd present, Wells presiding.

The Commission agreed to sign a contract with Westview ATMs to provide an ATM in the County Office Building. 536 more words

News And Updates

Ohio Children Count

At the Voices for Children conference held Tuesday, July 28th, Sandy Oxley CEO presented a year-in-review update and those attending heard about state and federal policy initiatives. 378 more words

Adolescent Psychiatry

3 Million More Children in Poverty Since 2008; 39% of Black and 33% Hispanic Youth Living in Poverty

Washington Examiner — Ever since President Obama took office, the poverty rate among children has soared to 22 percent, with three million more children living in poor conditions, according to an authoritative new report released Tuesday. 63 more words

Politics

Report: More Tennessee children living in poverty, but improvements in other areas

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — More than one-fourth of Tennessee children are living in poverty, up from a few years ago during the Great Recession, according to a… 444 more words

News

Report: Michigan Dips Again On Child Well-Being

LANSING (WWJ/AP) – More of the state’s children are falling into poverty.

The annual Kids Count survey found that Michigan’s child poverty rate is worsening since the Great Recession, while child health indicators are improving. 423 more words

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Report says MN is top state for kids' well-being – but racial disparities an issue

The No. 1 state in the nation for the well-being of a child is Minnesota. But not all the state’s children – specifically, non-whites – are equally well off. 412 more words

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