Poverty effects education and learning, health and well-being, employment, income levels and social assistance, justice and policing, immigration and newcomer settlement, housing and homelessness, and food (in) security.
Do you know what colour poverty is?
The following questions are from The Colour of Poverty, an initiative of The Colour of Justice Network and The Department of Canadian Heritage.
racialized = people of colour who are Canadian-born and newcomer communities of colour
The launch of the project is covered by the Toronto Star, a video from the project is included.