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"Why Are Children Poor in the United States and What Can Be Done About It?"

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Lizanne Bakke

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Please join us for a our show with Dr. Curtis Skinner, a labor economist, directs NCCP's Family Economic Security team. Dr. Skinner has conducted research and policy analysis in the fields of workforce development, labor demand, immigration, and housing for non-profit organizations and government, including the Office of the New York City Comptroller, Community Service Society, Labor Research Association, and Citizens Housing and Planning Council. He has taught economics and statistics at numerous universities in the New York City area and published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Skinner holds a PhD in economics from Fordham University and a BA in philosophy and political science from Columbia College. We search for ways to solve the dilemmas for the less fortunate in our world. Dr. Skinner and NCCP are productive in helping our children to be understood and well taken care of. You can visit the NCCP website at www.nccp.org We hope you can join us. Please feel free to call in with any of your questions. We would love answer them for you.

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