Behind at the Starting Line: Poverty Among Hispanic Infants
Discusses the economic conditions of the Hispanic/Latino population in rural and urban areas with a focus on the infant population, the prevalence of poverty, and the risks associated with children born into poverty.
Daniel T. Lichter, Scott R. Sanders, Kenneth M. Johnson
Carsey School of Public Policy
Children and youth · Hispanics and Latinos · Poverty · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data