Today, In “Things David Brooks Doesn’t Understand”: Poverty

A $455,000 Child Vs. A $145,000 Child

The Perils of NOT Working 9-5

Living in Poverty, When “Poverty” is a Place

14 Years Old and Trying to Survive in Three of Cincinnati’s Roughest Neighborhoods

Reporter Krista Ramsey and photographer Cara Owsley have a really terrific feature in the Cincinnati Enquirer looking at 14 different 14-year-olds living in three of Cincinnati’s roughest neighborhoods. Nearly all of them have witnessed or experienced violence. Some have stolen to feed their families. And some, at 14, are holding on to the hope that the future will be a better place.

“They Don’t Look Homeless”

Poor People Are Pretty Much Screwed

Is First-Hand Experience Necessary to Understand Poverty?

How Much Do You Pay Someone To Risk Their Life For You on Mt. Everest?

The Culture of Poverty Rhetoric