D.C. has one of the highest child poverty rates in the U.S.

An article by Andrew Giambrone from DC Curbed cites a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation that says thirty-two thousand children in the nation’s capital live below the federal poverty line, one of the highest child poverty rates in the U.S. when considered among states. That’s roughly 26 percent of the under-18 population in … Continue reading D.C. has one of the highest child poverty rates in the U.S.

Gentrification in D.C. means widespread displacement, bucking national trends, report says

Gentrification in D.C. means widespread displacement, bucking national trends, report says, by Marissa J. Lang, Washington Post, April 26, 2019: In the District of Columbia, low-income residents are being pushed out of neighborhoods at some of the highest rates in the country, according to the Institute on Metropolitan Opportunity, which sought to track demographic and economic changes … Continue reading Gentrification in D.C. means widespread displacement, bucking national trends, report says