Lesson plan – Poverty and Natural Disasters- Exploring the Connections

In this lesson students will identify and explore connections between poverty and natural disasters. Grade Level 6-8, 9-12

Lesson plan – Calculating the Poverty Line

Classroom experiences that critically investigate the causes and meaning of poverty in our own nation offer students tools for change, and new ways...

Lesson plan – Editorial Cartoons- Poverty, Environmental Justice

This is the fourth lesson in the series “Using Editorial Cartoons to Teach Social Justice.”People who are poor don’t have access to the...

Lesson plan – How Natural Disasters Affect People Experiencing Poverty

In this lesson students will identify and explore connections between poverty and natural disasters. Grade Level 3-5

Lesson plan – Race and Poverty

In this lesson, students will learn that race is a factor often connected to poverty and that institutions can create obstacles for the...

Camp To Belong

Camp To Belong (CTB) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to reuniting brothers and sisters who have become separated in foster care through...

Guide to Mentoring Boys and Young Men of Color

The practices and resources discussed in this guide will be useful to any mentoring program serving Boys and Young Men of Color (BYMOC)...

Three Tools for Engaging Latino Youth Populations and Places

Changing demographics in the U.S. required county agents to develop skills and tools that allow them to engage with diverse audiences and respond...

4-H as a Catalyst to Enhance Quality of Life for Hispanic Individuals

Improving the quality of life for all Americans by increasing economic opportunities is essential to maintaining a highly competitive agricultural system in a...

Engaging Latino Youth Community Base Programs: Findings from the First Ten Years of the Oregon 4-H Latino Outreach Project

Across the nation, community-based organizations are facing the challenges that accompany serving new, ethnically and racially diverse audiences. For many communities this is...

Asian American Youth Language Use: Perspectives Across Schools and Communities

Recent studies of Asian American youth language practices have presented compelling insights about the identities and migration experiences of young people of Asian...

Advancing Methods in Research on Asian American Children and Youth

This article provides guidance for research methods in three areas: (a) conceptualizing and assessing migration-related factors, (b) assessing ethnicity and national origin, and...