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Poverty: Resources for the WCU Poverty Project 2011-12   Tags: poverty  

This guide provides information resources for students, faculty, and staff participating in the WCU Poverty Project.
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Guide Introduction

This research guide is designed to lead students, faculty and staff to reliable information on poverty.  These resources include non-profits that work to alleviate poverty and the issues that arise from it, including hunger, homelessness, mental illness, and more. We have included links to websites and other online information from organizations and governmental agencies, as well as books and research databases provided by Hunter Library.

The tabs will lead you to these resources.  Here's an outline:

  • Organizations (Local, State, National, Global--Government-sponsored and NGOs)
  • Major Informational & Statistical Websites
  • Books at Hunter Library

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