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The Marketplace Wealth and Poverty Desk explores money and class, where we came from and where our country is going economically, thanks to funding from the Ford Foundation. We want to hear your stories, ideas, and questions to help us create great journalism about the growing concentration of wealth in the United States. We’ll report on the forces and policies that led to the wealth gap. We’ll look at what the consequences are, good or bad, for our families and communities. We’ll be asking ...
 
Fighting Poverty, Strengthening New York, is a podcast that explores the diverse work done at the Community Service Society (www.cssny.org). In each episode, we dive into an issue affecting low-income New Yorkers in areas such as affordable housing, healthcare, and economic security. We head into the field to hear from those affected, and from CSS staff striving to make NYC a more equitable and just city.
 
What I have done in this book, if I have correctly solved the great problem I have sought to investigate, is, to unite the truth perceived by the school of Smith and Ricardo to the truth perceived by the schools of Proudhon and Lasalle; to show that laissez faire (in its full true meaning) opens the way to a realization of the noble dreams of socialism; to identify social law with moral law, and to disprove ideas which in the minds of many cloud grand and elevating perceptions. (Summary by H ...
 
The Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative podcast series brings together thought leaders to analyze stereotypes and dispel myths concerning Black boys and men, to explore their strengths and achievements, and to discuss the many ways in which all of us can support their progress and well-being. SEASON 2 OUT NOW • JANUARY 20, 2020 For the second season of Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative, we took the podcast on the road, from Little Rock to Chicago to Philly and back to NYC. Ho ...
 
Poverty Talk Podcast W// Lady Lue. You gotta have tuff skin, to listen in!! The coldest topics we sweep under the rug in the hood. Hood politics that creates a dialogue for my people to think about. My experiences with poverty, hunger, domestic abuse, gun violence, and other traumatic events, gave me the strength to be a voice for my people. This is my calling, I hope yall feel me! "Holding my people down and accountable is my Motto"!! You can debate with me, educate me, but never call me CRAZY!
 
Bloggers Unite! BlogTalkRadio is joining forces with “Blog Action Day 2008: Poverty” to take the conversation to all four corners of the globe. On Wednesday, October 15, the network will host a 12-hour Talkathon for Poverty Relief. Airing from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. EDT, the program will be anchored live from Denver, Colorado, by BlogActionDay.org’s Easton Ellsworth, with BlogTalkRadio hosts – including Tom D’Antoni of D’Antoni and Levine, Reuben Torres of Let’s Get Real, Charles Mattocks of The ...
 
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The next phase in making sense of 'emergent agency in a time of Covid' - thematic cluster conversations on eg women's rights, education, faith organizations. The hour of the rubber ducks - the use of humour in protests in Thailand and elsewhere. Links I Liked. How has the Pandemic Affected the Ecosystem on Open Government? Climate change in Bolivia…
 
Philadelphia Native Dana Williams better known as @phillysmotivation on social media and in the streets of Philadelphia. He's a well liked motivational speaker who addresses the gun violence and other traumas in the Black communities. He gives me his insight on what poverty means to him. Check out the EP Now!!! Don't forget to Follow Mr. @phillysmo…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Reformed Bible Church, Central Virginia is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Thanksgiving, Contentment & the Promise of Total Victory in a Time of Uncertainty Subtitle: Contentment Speaker: Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond Broadcaster: Reformed Bible Church, Central Virginia Event: Sunday Service Dat…
 
Global Britain or Little Britain? The attack on UK aid; Links I Liked; Book Review: Power Switch: How We can Reverse Extreme Inequality; #PowerShifts Resources: The Virus of Gender-Based Violence; Is Covid a window of opportunity for localizing aid? Learning from a natural experiment in the PacificBy From Poverty to Power
 
A new MP3 sermon from Grace Chapel Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Limited but Focused Mission of the Church Seen in the Ministry of Jesus Subtitle: Luke Speaker: Traever Guingrich Broadcaster: Grace Chapel Reformed Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 11/22/2020 Bible: Luke 5:12-…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Grace Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Rich Man, Poor Man. Every Man's Greatest Need Pt1 Subtitle: Exegeting Luke Speaker: Justin Pierce Broadcaster: Grace Reformed Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/4/2020 Bible: Luke 18:35-19:10; Leviticus 19:9-14 Length: 5…
 
From Occupied Yelamu (SF) to Occupied Huchuin (Oakland) politricksters & wealthhoarders Continue to pass LIEgislations & policies about us Without us Poor/Houseless /indigenous peoples impacted first,worst and forever -we demand stolen land ,resources & access back to lift up our own solutions,scholarships,voices &visions…
 
Which developing countries have managed to reduce income inequality and why? Free online aid and development courses for penniless graduates; Initial Findings on Emergent Agency in a time of Covid; An Uplifting Account of Civil Society Responses to Covid; Why don’t Faith Groups and Anti-Corruption Activists Work Together More? Glass half empty or h…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Portglenone Free Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: What to do when tried by poverty or prosperity Subtitle: Studies in James Speaker: Rev David Stewart Broadcaster: Portglenone Free Presbyterian Church Event: Prayer Meeting Date: 11/11/2020 Bible: James 1:9-11 Length: min.…
 
The previous episode of City Limits examined efforts in the Syracuse community to use art to heal the emotional wounds created by instances of racial injustice, police brutality, and social unrest. In that episode, you heard voices of members of the Black Artist Collective, an organized group of
 
Links I Liked; Voices from the pandemic frontlines: Health worker protests and proposals from 84 countries; 5 Common Mistakes when NGOs start strategizing; Open Access rocks - How Change Happens is four years old this week and OA has made all the difference; Malawi is the only place where democracy has improved under Covid. 80 countries have got wo…
 
Interview with veteran Oxfam campaigner Richard English, whose 'Influencing for Impact Guide' has just been published. We discuss the best/worst Oxfam campaigns, the benefits and risks of professional activism and have a couple of very polite disagreements about what the Guide does/doesn't cover. Stay for his great 'big takeaway' for activists…
 
Water, sanitation and Hygiene as part of the Covid reconstruction; applying political economy analysis to health and education programmes; taking doughnut economics from idea to action; rules of thumb as an alternative to theories of change; a great line up for the LSE's new open access lecture series…
 
How to reduce carbon emissions = 100 coal power stations with a simple nudge on air conditioners; Why are Illegal Drugs still a Cinderella Issue in Development?; How to vlog – top examples and advice from some very tech savvy students; The Hidden Life of Theories of Change; How to Monitor and Evaluate an Adaptive Programme: 7 Takeaways…
 
Why you should care about Sea Turtles; Links I Liked; Launching a new Research and Action programme on 'Emergent Agency in a Time of Covid'. Want to join us?; What do 13,000 children in 46 countries have to tell us about living with COVID-19?; In advocacy, which matters more - evidence or relationships?…
 
How social audits can improve the Covid response - learning from India; 3 advocacy case studies on norm change that I wish someone would write; decolonizing the knowledge system in the pandemic; links I liked; what have 5 years of tax campaigns achieved?; what is political economy analysis and why does it matter?; a great campaign on foul air in Lo…
 
This poemCast from a povertySkola is dedicated to MamaEarth and all of us -struggling to breathe in this time of so many fires caused by ongoing desecration , devil-opment, land stealing, clear-cutting and water poisoning , &gentriFUKing that needs to end so all of us and our four-legged & winged relatives can breathe and live…
 
In this episode we hear from economist Eric Chyn about the impact of home removal—for reasons like neglect or abuse—on children’s later outcomes. In a paper he co-wrote with Anthony Bald, Justine Hastings, and Margarita Machelett, their perhaps surprising main result is that temporary home removal increases later test scores and reduces grade repet…
 
I talk you through two weeks (eight posts) including: Podcast on China and Corruption; Multi-dimensional Poverty; Covid and the climate crisis; Links I Liked; empowerment and accountability in fragile/messy places; the emotional chemistry of rebellion; LSE's thinkers on development; how to be a good ancestor…
 
In this episode, IRP and Morgridge Center for Public Service media intern Simon Guma talks to Troy M. Williams. They discuss Williams' path to pursuing a PhD at UW-Madison's School of Human Ecology, advice for students and researchers who are engaging with members of their communities, and the challenges of working in institutions that still have a…
 
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