Rockbridge Poverty Report A Community Based Research Project by Melissa Caron and Chris Martin This report attempts to accurately represent poverty and views of poverty in the Rockbridge area; determining the size, extent, and duration of the problem; describing and evaluating existing service delivery mechanisms; suggesting areas for cooperation, coordination, and integration between governmental and non-governmental organizations; and offering suggestions for future community-based research endeavors.
If Not Me, Then Who? How you can help with Poverty, Economic Opportunity, Education, Healthcare, Environment, Racial Justice, and Peace Issues in America Cabell Brand explains with specific examples what he has learned in 85 years and how you can start now with local action to solve local, national and global problems to help make the world a better and safe place for our children.
Teacher Education Program Senior students interested in serving disadvantaged populations may wish to consider the Sarah Ball Teaching Award.
American Poverty Journalism Center Washington and Lee journalism students created a website databasing journalists and archiving stories critical to the coverage of poverty.