Tune in Tuesday, January 22 through Thursday, January 24, 2013 for our discussion on ways to aggressively address one of the most important, but often-forgotten issues of our time.
The Georgetown law professor and longtime anti-poverty advocate discusses his text, So Rich, So Poor, and examines the high poverty rates in the U.S.
Turning over his host seat to the dean of the TV talk show genre, Tavis and Dr. Cornel West explain their new text The Rich & the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto.
The dean of the TV talk show genre turns the tables and questions Tavis—and Dr. Cornel West—about the new book, The Rich & the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto.
Guest blogger Isabelle Ofume argues that the topic of poverty is extensive because solutions and discussions on poverty lack specific focus.
On the third and final night of a compelling discussion, the panelists’ conversation includes recommendations for national action to move women and children out of poverty.
In the second of a three-part discussion, some of the most prominent females in the U.S. address issues around women, children and poverty in America.
In Part 1 of a conversation on the rising numbers of women and children in poverty, panelists discuss the financial, social and economic disparities that women face in the U.S.
Guest blogger Sean Breeze asks: How can we construct a proper policy prescription for attacking the multifaceted challenges of poverty when we approach the problem with a preconceived notion that there is something already wrong with the personhood of the poor?
On the final night of a conversation on “Remaking America,” panelists assess how the course of the U.S. can be altered, making it as good as its promise.