Wednesday, May 13, 2009
12:00 Eastern / 11:00 am Central / 10:00 Mountain / 9:00 am Pacific
During the one hour webinar, findings related to food security, housing and depression of rural Mexican immigrant mothers who participated in the Rural Family Speaks, a multi-state research project examining the well-being of rural families, were shared.
Greder, K., Cook, C., Garasky, S., Sano, Y., and Randall, B. Rural Latino immigrant families: Hunger, housing, and social support. In R. L. Dalla, et al. (Eds.). Strengths and Challenges of New Immigrant Families: Implications for Research, Policy, Education and Service. Lexington, MA: The Lexington Press, Inc. Pages 345-367.
Sano, Y., Garasky, S., Greder, K., Cook, C.C., Browder, D. (under review). “The Intersection of Food Security, Housing, and Health: Cases of Latino Immigrant Families in Rural America”.
Information shared during the webinar was based on data from the Rural Families Speak multi-state experiment station research project. This research was supported in part by USDA/CSREES/ NRICGP Grant 2001-35401-10215, 2002-35401-11591 and 2004-35401-14938.