Saturday, August 25, 2012
Poverty Update: Invisible Americans Get the Silent Treatment
Invisible Americans Get the Silent Treatment
16% of Americans are poor, the highest since the Great Depression. It should be a national emergency, but the growing number of poor people, families, and children is being ignored by the corporate media and the candidates for President.
U.S. Poverty Rate Reaching 50-year High
Talk About Poverty: Peter Edelman's Questions for Obama and Romney
Poverty in America: Why Can't We End it?
See also: Poverty in America: 50 Year Anniversary of THE OTHER AMERICA