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“Good morning, Love Bugs, it’s a beautiful day!” Meaghan Holley sang through the door of an apartment. “Psych. It’s actually really gross out. But we still have to get up and go to school!” Holley, a 30-year-old community worker who runs Rockaway Rising, which works with youth and families in Far Rockaway, Queens, personally escorts to school kids who would otherwise be absenteeism statistics.
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MDRC evaluates the efficacy and sustainability of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's LEAP initiative, which provides education and employment pathways for youth...
The epidemic of youth homelessness is rooted in oppression, white supremacy and, more specifically, a social service culture that too often pits...
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This story is part of a series on public health and firearms. The first examined groups working to reduce homicide in Birmingham....
When a person commits suicide, family members are often left wondering how they could have saved their loved one’s life.
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