Despite spending nearly $24 trillion in public funds fighting the War on Poverty, poverty is still a widespread problem in the United States. What is different about the lives of those who escape poverty and those who fall into it? How is this related to race and gender? And how can these findings be harnessed in order to improve the prospects of future generations? We’ll show you.
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