Insights podcast: Calling out local disparities in child well-being across New York City

Insights podcast: Calling out local disparities in child well-being across New York City

March 30, 2018
Apr 16

Change takes time, but childhood does not last forever. A tool like Citizens Committee for Children of New York’s annual ranking of how each community district is addressing children’s well-being is useful to help child welfare nonprofits press their most high-priority needs. CCC’s executive director Jennifer March joins us to walk through the trends identified in this year’s report – and talk about why change has been so slow to come to some neighborhoods.

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Aimee Simpierre
AIMÉE SIMPIERRE
is New York Nonprofit Media’s editor-at-large.
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