Boston Globe: Housing remains top issue in R.I. among families of color, says national report
According to “The State of Babies Yearbook: 2022,” most families of color in Rhode Island live in “crowded housing” at higher rates compared to the national average.
By Alexa Gagosz Globe Staff,Updated May 3, 2022, 8:30 a.m.
PROVIDENCE — More than 10 percent of Rhode Island babies are living in “crowded housing,” which is when homes have “numerous people who live in close quarters,” according to a new report on the well-being of babies in the US, which published Tuesday.
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