That Could Be Me: The New Voices of Poverty in IdahoResearch and Reports
AbstractIn fall of 2009, Boise State University Radio aired a series of stories highlighting the impacts of the changing economy on ordinary Idahoans. The stories were part of a larger project funded in part by the National Center for Media Engagement. The project culminated in a community roundtable held in September of 2009 at which advocates and policy makers discussed the stories, the larger context of poverty here in Idaho, and made policy recommendations. The Public Policy Center at Boise State University was contracted by Boise State Radio to prepare this short white paper. The paper is divided into three sections: a summary of the stories, second, a review of the recommendations that resulted from the roundtable and third, suggested policy choices for the state.
Citation InformationStephanie Witt, Lisa Wennstrom and Carole Nemnich. "That Could Be Me: The New Voices of Poverty in Idaho" (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stephanie_witt/20/