Child Poverty

The Time is Now for New York State to Commit to Reduce Child Poverty; Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative Social Impact Review

On April 13, 2021 the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative Social Impact Review published an interview with Schuyler Center board member James W. Lytle, Esq., a Senior Fellow with the Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University; Kate Breslin, Schuyler Center President and CEO; and Dede Hill, Director of Policy. James Lytle: Tell me a little bit…

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Child Poverty

Facebook Live: Virtual Legislative Briefing on the NY Childhood Poverty Reduction Act

On December 15, 2020, the Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy participated in a Facebook Live Virtual Legislative Briefing to discuss the NY Childhood Poverty Reduction Act S.9012/A.11063 by bill sponsors Senator Jessica Ramos and Assemblymember Harry Bronson. Also participating in the briefing were Wes Moore, CEO of the Robin Hood Foundation, Dr. Omolara Thomas…
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COVID-19

Our Impact 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every one of us—individuals and organizations—to re-evaluate all aspects of our lives, but one thing remains certain: Schuyler Center’s work is as important as ever. The racial, social, and economic disparities evidenced by this deadly virus cannot be overlooked. It is abundantly clear that the novel Coronavirus does discriminate. A…
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President's Message

Reducing poverty will require political will

Nearly three million New Yorkers live in poverty and 895,303 of them are children. An additional 643,000 children are in low-income households above the poverty level.  That’s over a million New York children living in households struggling to pay rent, heat their homes, get transportation, and feed their children. The US Census Bureau’s most recent…
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