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New report finds minority working families in Massachusetts are three times more likely to be poor than white working families

A new report by The Working Poor Families Project, for which Ruth Liberman, Vice President of Public Policy at CWU is a state partner, examines the large and growing economic divide among America’s 32.6 million working families, with whites and Asians at the top and other racial/ethnic groups—particularly blacks and Latinos—falling behind.

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CWU Contributes to Governor's Successful Women, Successful Families, Successful Economies report

In March, Governor Deval Patrick announced the formation of the Successful Women, Successful Families Task Force, which is charged with creating recommendations that the Patrick Administration can implement to advance and cultivate all women in the workforce. CWU President and CEO, Beth Babcock, MCRP, PhD, participated on the task force, which released a report last week detailing recommendations to level the playing field and increase access to opportunities for professional growth for women.

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Webinar: Numbers and Your Story: Use Data to Attract Donors

CWU's Vice President of Research and Innovation, Deborah Youngblood, shares insights about data collection and analysis as grant-winning tools, as well as guidance on how organization and work toward becoming more data driven.

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CWU releases report detailing anti-poverty solutions based on new brain science

CWU’s newest report, released today, explores the impact of factors such as social bias, persistent poverty and trauma on brain development and outlines the connection between how cognitive skills affected by persistent stress impact low-income adults’ ability to get ahead.

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CWU President/CEO Beth Babcock Gives TEDxBeaconStreet Talk

On Sunday, November 17th, Crittenton Women's Union President/CEO Beth Babcock, MCRP, PhD presented a talk at TEDxBeaconStreet. Her talk illustrated how strides in brain science can lead to more effective anti-poverty solutions, helping individuals navigate permanent pathways to economic independence.

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