Archive for May, 2012
Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
For America’s Least Fortunate, The Grip Of Poverty Spans Generations -The Huffington Post “I found out I was poor in middle school,” Davis says between bites, as he recalls intermittent forays into the drug trade. “I had holes in my shoes and I started getting ripped on. So I just started hitting the block, and I was like ‘Man, nobody’s [...]
Thursday, May 17th, 2012
Karen Spain spent several long months before receiving her tax refund this year in a state of suspended panic. The rent was three months late. Her car’s brakes were shot. And she could no longer afford to pay her electricity bill. Read more of this New York Times article by Sabrina Tavernise by clicking here.