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Spring Break: Poverty’s Impact On Children

March 24, 2021 by Aburiyeba Amaso Spring Break: Poverty’s Impact On Children

All too often we hear that “children are our future.” If that is true, then our future is not so bright. The pandemic and current race relations have further exposed the plight of children in low income communities. Children in these communities have…

New Regime Old Problems

February 26, 2021 by Ezra Tanen New Regime Old Problems

One month into Joe Biden's  presidency, journal members reflect on the historic inequities that persist and are exacerbated by COVID-19. Authors highlight some of these lasting issues and give suggestions for how the administration, and the nation, can…

In Memoriam: Ida Ehrhardt (L’20)

November 3, 2020 by Aburiyeba Amaso In Memoriam: Ida Ehrhardt (L’20)

In Memoriam: Ida Ehrhardt (L’20) The editors of the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy (GJPLP) respectfully dedicate this year’s online articles to Ida Ehrhardt.  The untimely passing of Ida is a tremendous loss to the GJPLP community…