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The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at is committed to applying research to understand and overcome poverty. Home of .
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Atlanta serves as a case-study for how bail reform efforts have to include the homeless and the mentally-ill.
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2019 Honoree talked to @IAmAnnaNawaz about Trump's proposed overhaul of the U.S. Immigration System.
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McSilver Institute May 17
For this week's , , , , , and discuss NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo's disciplinary trial for killing Eric Garner 5 years ago.
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McSilver Institute May 17
The Trump Administration plans to erect another barrier for immigrants seeking asylum in the U.S. by implementing application fees.
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McSilver Institute May 17
Rethinking the way climate experts usually discuss climate change could mean emphasizing its consequences on the planet and our lives.
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McSilver Institute May 17
Do you wonder why the gap between rich and poor is growing? In Fall 2019 "Inequality" (UNDSW-US 110) - an & collaborative effort - will answer such questions in an interdisciplinary course taught by NYU faculty experts. Learn more:
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Confused about what’s happening with the case? Check out the latest episode of the podcast with and for some inside coverage.
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McSilver Institute May 17
TODAY: We're celebrating the work of HS students in The Photovoice Project with as a part of 's Step-Up program. This photo was taken by Kristen. See more artwork at the Spring Exhibit today at 5 PM at 75 University Pl, NYC.
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McSilver Institute May 16
The SAT will add an adversity score that will take into account socio-economic and educational disadvantages that might result in lower scores for test takers.
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RecyTaylorFilm May 16
from last Friday's screening ↓
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McSilver Institute May 16
's Step-Up just held their year-end gatherings for our programs in Central Park East HS and Antonia Pantoja Preparatory Academy, where students engaged in life skills groups, one-on-one meetings with Step Up staff, and so much more. We're very proud of this cohort!
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McSilver Institute May 16
TOMORROW: Step-Up (a program) is hosting its Spring PhotoVoice Exhibit, which will showcase new art produced by high school students as part of the PhotoVoice project with . See more art like that below at Argo Tea (75 University Pl, NY NY 10003) at 5 PM.
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McSilver Institute May 15
- one of the latest Black victims of a fatal police shooting to make national news - was a mother of two, a grandmother of 3, and battled schizophrenia.
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McSilver Institute May 15
As a part of a broader anti-abortion strategy to prompt the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider the right to abortion, the Alabama Senate passed a bill that would ban nearly all abortions;
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Sayu Bhojwani May 15
Can’t wait to be in the company of giants awards!
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McSilver Institute May 15
Yesterday, San Francisco became the first major city in the United States to ban government use of facial recognition technology because of its potential for error, abuse, and widespread surveillance.
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McSilver Institute May 15
2019 Honoree talked to us about how the current political landscape influenced her founding of , and how communities of color can leverage intracommunal power. Learn more about the June 10th :
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McSilver Institute May 15
We're celebrating the work of HS students in The Photovoice Project with as a part of 's Step-Up program. This photo was taken by Gloria. See more artwork at the Spring Exhibit Friday, May 17th at 5 PM at 75 University Pl, NY NY 10003.
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McSilver Institute May 14
Here's how , and manage motherhood and Congress.
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McSilver Institute May 14
Is there a connection between undocumented immigrants and crime? The answer is no.
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