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Published on Oct 26, 2017
What is poverty? Who are the poor? Why is there poverty? This episode presents both the scale and scope of poverty and underscores how the poor are not only victims of injustice but leaders in the effort to end it — and to envision alternatives. From rural Aberdeen, Washington, where the community confronts crises of opioid addiction, youth incarceration, and job loss, to Flint, Michigan where poor mothers fight the forces that poisoned their water, to the workers of Fight for $15, who have built a national struggle for a living wage, we meet some of the leaders of this movement and see how poverty crosses the divides of race, gender, age, and geography.