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Field Reports

The Impact of Food Insecurity on the Development of Young Low-Income Black and Latino Children

Madina Agénor, Emerson Fellow
Published 2006

The Impact of Food Insecurity on the Development of Young, Low-Income Black and Latino Children presents research findings from the Children’s Sentinel Nutrition Assistance Project (C-SNAP), linking food insecurity, child development, and school readiness.  It is the first publication of its kind to quantify the developmental effects of food insecurity in vulnerable children of color under the age of three.  The report was published and disseminated by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Spring 2006.

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Publication tags: Field Reports - Advocates (including legal advocates), Childcare Providers, Children, Communities of Color

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Madina Agénor

Emerson Fellow,