Dr. Heller's Chicago jobs study subject of New York Times editorial

"Young black men who live in segregated, hollowed-out areas of America’s cities have long suffered disproportionately high rates of joblessness, which makes those communities especially vulnerable to family instability and acts of violence committed by young people who have no stake in society.


[Dr. Heller's] research suggests that even temporary summer jobs, accompanied by mentoring, can help them keep their lives on track." 

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