State of Wisconsin

UW professor, Wisconsin organizations research, address poverty locally

Approximately 13 percent of children in the U.S. live in poverty

State of Wisconsin

Economic hardship and poverty still an issue in Wisconsin, report shows

While government programs work to lift some out of poverty, housing costs, food, health insurance coverage are still major issues

UW-Madison Campus

UW joins Shepherd Higher Education Consortium of Poverty, supporting internships in poverty studies

Program provides internship opportunities, coursework specifically oriented towards poverty studies

UW-Madison Campus

New Go Big Read looks to prompt discussion on psychological impact of life in poverty

Author J.D. Vance's own experiences growing up in poverty lend to implications behind book

City of Madison

Community Restorative Court seeks to promote, include community in program

CRC coordinator Ron Johnson hopes to make offenders feel like 'individuals,' not 'criminals'


One of the best ways Madison can help fight poverty is to assure housing

Three proposed affordable housing projects, Capital Budget should be approved


Author of this year’s Go Big Read urges readers to fight poverty

'Evicted' explores consequences of eviction in Wisconsin's largest city

State of Wisconsin

Locked up and locked out: Milwaukee struggles with incarceration, eviction

Expert Matthew Desmond explores under-researched link between community instability, violence

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