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Are Black and Latine Families With Babies Feeling Relief From the Child Tax Credit?

Iruka, I. U., Sims, J., Bathia, D., & Suggs, M.
October
2021

This brief focuses on the experiences of low-income families with babies leading up to and immediately after their potential receipt of a child tax credit. This initial brief aims to provide information about how low-income Black and Latine families with babies (from birth to age 3) were faring economically prior to and following receipt of a child tax credit.

Citation

Iruka, I. U., Sims, J., Bathia, D., & Suggs, M. (2021). Are Black and Latine families with babies feeling relief from the child tax credit? Equity Coalition Rescue Plan Microbrief Series 21-001. Chapel Hill, NC: Equity Research Action Coalition, Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.