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A White Woman's Response to My Poverty

I’m wondering how to write about this experience, when really, it is just my experience, but it is reflective of so many other problems that are much larger. 758 more words


Pittsburgh Wants to “Predict” If You Deserve to be a Parent at the Birth of Every Child

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

link to article on Medical Kidnap

Imagine a day where every child born in a hospital gets ranked on whether or not their parents will be good enough parents to take care of them, and a risk score is attached to that child based on how the government views the child’s parents. 1,494 more words

Savvy Letter - Dear Mark Twain


                                                                                                                                  Cool Cave                                                                                                                                   Cliff-top Edge                                                                                                                          Collapsing Village                                                                                                                          Suffolk                                                                                                                                   15th October 2019


Dear Mr Mark Twain,

Just read your advice about writing ‘without pay until somebody offers to pay’ 267 more words


Addressing food insecurity among children increases school attendance

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Everyday Science

I don't know

I don’t know. Maybe it has been long since I posted anything. It is not that it didn’t occur to me, but there was too much. 568 more words


Spent: The Poverty Simulator that Hits Close to Home

Did you ever want to just get away
like in those old Calgon commercials? Well, if the game Spent were a bath
powder, the only people you would see soaking in this caustic substance would… 619 more words