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BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform working poor Somali Hmong American Indian Blacks African American MFIP Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS Minnesota Family Investment Program
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-809 080909/14/2012 4:16 PMIssues Behind the Outcomes for American Indian Welfare Participants, Summary.pdfIssues Behind the Outcomes for American Indian Welfare Participants, SummaryEllen SheltonEvaluationIssues Behind the Outcomes for American Indian Welfare Participants, Summary.pdf2.0
  
BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform working poor Somali Hmong American Indian Blacks African American MFIP Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS Minnesota Family Investment Program
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-810 081009/14/2012 4:15 PMThe Issues Behind the Outcomes - Barriers and Service Delivery Issues That Affect Outcomes, Full Report.pdfThe Issues Behind the Outcomes - Barriers and Service Delivery Issues That Affect Outcomes, Full ReportEllen Shelton, Greg OwenEvaluationThe Issues Behind the Outcomes - Barriers and Service Delivery Issues That Affect Outcomes, Full Report.pdf2.0
  
BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform and the working poor Blacks welfare to work
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-808 080809/14/2012 4:03 PMThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for African American Welfare Participants, Summary.pdfThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for African American Welfare Participants, SummaryEllen SheltonEvaluationThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for African American Welfare Participants, Summary.pdf2.0
  
BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform working poor Somali Hmong American Indian Blacks African American MFIP Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS Minnesota Family Investment Program
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-813 081309/14/2012 4:17 PMThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Hmong Welfare Participants, Summary (Hmong version).pdfThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Hmong Welfare Participants, Summary (Hmong version)Ellen SheltonEvaluationThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Hmong Welfare Participants, Summary (Hmong version).pdf2.0
  
BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform working poor Somali Hmong American Indian Blacks African American MFIP Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS Minnesota Family Investment Program
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-812 081209/14/2012 4:17 PMThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Hmong Welfare Participants, Summary.pdfThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Hmong Welfare Participants, SummaryEllen SheltonEvaluationThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Hmong Welfare Participants, Summary.pdf2.0
  
BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform working poor Somali Hmong American Indian Blacks African American MFIP Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS Minnesota Family Investment Program
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-815 081509/14/2012 4:20 PMThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali Welfare Participants, Summary (Somali version).pdfThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali Welfare Participants, Summary (Somali version)Ellen SheltonEvaluationThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali Welfare Participants, Summary (Somali version).pdf2.0
  
BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform working poor Somali Hmong American Indian Blacks African American MFIP Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS Minnesota Family Investment Program
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-814 081409/14/2012 4:18 PMThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali Welfare Participants, Summary.pdfThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali Welfare Participants, SummaryEllen SheltonEvaluationThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali Welfare Participants, Summary.pdf2.0
  
BriefApril 20034/1/2003
race and culture welfare reform working poor Somali Hmong American Indian Blacks African American MFIP Minnesota Department of Human Services DHS
Kerry Walsh9/14/2012 3:58 PMKerry Walsh
This study describes the experiences and perceptions of American Indian, African American, Hmong, and Somali participants in Minnesota’s welfare program. The study was undertaken to learn more about why members of these four populations were significantly less likely, on average, to be employed or off welfare than the average Minnesota welfare participant.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-811 081109/14/2012 4:13 PMThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali, Hmong, American Indian, and African American Welfare Participants, Summary.pdfThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali, Hmong, American Indian, and African American Welfare Participants, SummaryEllen SheltonEvaluationThe Issues Behind the Outcomes for Somali, Hmong, American Indian, and African American Welfare Participants, Summary.pdf2.0