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ALICE in Focus: New Research Reveals 70% of Central Florida’s Hispanic and Black Children Lived in Financial Hardship Pre-Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted just how many children in Central Florida live in financial hardship and depend on assistance programs. However, new research highlights that this economic insecurity was rampant for Central Florida children even before the pandemic.  According to a new report created in partnership with United for ALICE, most of Central Florida’s Hispanic […]

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