Rhode Island’s children, notably those of color, challenged by persistent inequities

ELIZABETH BURKE Bryant is executive director of Rhode Island Kids Count. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT,/PETER GOLDBERG PHOTOGRAPHY
ELIZABETH BURKE Bryant is executive director of Rhode Island KIDS COUNT. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT,/PETER GOLDBERG PHOTOGRAPHY
WARWICK – “The [2016 Rhode Island Kids Count] Factbook is one of the most important tools we have, said U.S. Sen. Jack F. Reed, at the KIDS COUNT April 11 breakfast at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick. “We wouldn’t be focused and engaged without the Factbook showing us where we are, how far we’ve come…

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