Allegheny for CEDAW –
Next Allegheny for CEDAW meeting: February 11, 2021 at 7:00pm
email pgh4CEDAW@gmail.com for zoom details.
Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit (PRJS) 2021
Allegheny for CEDAW Introduction Video submitted to PRJS virtual resource room!
Pittsburgh Inequality Across Gender and Race
Gender Equity Commission/University of Pittsburgh | September 2019
10% of Women in Allegheny County Depend Upon Public Transportation
From the Pittsburgh for Public Transit website: Affordable Fares
Affordable Fares – Pittsburghers for Public Transit (pittsburghforpublictransit.org)
The battle against infant mortality in Allegheny County: exploring the progress and persistent challenges.
Public Source: Kimberly Palmiero | October 8, 2018
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For many single women with children, poverty is just around the corner.
Pittsburgh Quarterly: Jeffery Fraser | Spring 2017
Going It Alone – Pittsburgh Quarterly
Study: Loss of Thousands of Child Care Spots in Allegheny County Will Hurt Parents, Workforce
WESA: Kate Giammarise | Oct 21, 2020
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Adultification of African American Girls: Adultification: it’s a disturbing phenomenon that’s happening across the country – and with notable impact right here in the Pittsburgh region.
Childhood Lost: The Adultification of African American Girls
Though we have autonomous school districts in Allegheny County, the county can still do much to improve the outcomes of black and brown children through early childcare, preschool, and afterschool programs.
Gaps between Black and White Students
Pittsburgh Current: By Mary Niederberger November 3, 2020