In West Virginia, Black children’s experiences seem to only become visible in the data when they intersect with tragedy.
by Erin Beck, writing for the “When All Are Counted” Project-
It’s expensive to be poor, as the saying goes.
I spend a lot of time looking for data. Specifically, I look for West Virginia kids’ health and well-being data. I look for who is collecting it, reporting it, and how they’re sharing it. I look at how our state’s systems, researchers, and advocates use it. And I look at how Read more…