‘Break the cycle of generational poverty’: Yolo County begins allocating basic income to families in poverty Center Co-Director Jacob Hibel Quoted in The California Aggie

‘Break the cycle of generational poverty’: Yolo County begins allocating basic income to families in poverty Center Co-Director Jacob Hibel Quoted in The California Aggie

The California Aggie

The 2020 Census revealed that 28.4% of the people from Yolo County have an income below 150% of the poverty level. The poverty rate in Yolo County is at 20.9%, according to a 2022 press release. Experts and researchers from UC Davis have weighed in on the rising crisis of poverty in Yolo County, emphasizing the need for county action.

Dr. Catherine Brinkley, a faculty member of the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and member of UC Davis Center for Regional Change, weighed in on Yolo’s County’s poverty numbers in regards to the rest of California’s.“This […]

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