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Latino youth well-being lacking in Pennsylvania, study finds

Jaime Booth, an assistant professor in Pitt’s School of Social Work, conducted a study called Visual Voices which measured the well-being of Latino youth by having them express their feelings through a piece of artwork. (Photo by Bethany Krupicka | Staff Photographer)

By Lauren Forsythe | Staff Writer

November 27, 2017

Monica Ruiz said people are often unwilling to give funding to help the Latino community — which can include undocumented immigrants. “I say it’s easier to find funding for a box of puppies who are left on the street corner to help them than it is to find funding to help undocumented folks,”...

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