After Thompson: Getting Kids Out of Harm’s Way
Posted by on March 03, 2014
The Aspen Institute released a briefing of a recent roundtable called, “After Thompson: Getting Kids Out of Harm’s Way–Implications for the Well-Being of Children.” The roundtable explored the state of neighborhoods with extreme poverty and violence, specifically in Baltimore, and the effects of these neighborhoods on children.
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