America’s Children: Silent Victims of the Great Recession The Great Recession has disrupted the lives of families and their children in an unprecedented way. It has changed everyday life in some ways that can be measured by money, but in others that cannot, and at the extreme, it has even led to a six-fold increase in the risk children will be physically abused. Lost jobs, falling incomes and foreclosures will likely compromise the capacity of children to become all that they can be, with the effects of the recession echoing not just across years, but also across generations. More>
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