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The Nouveau Poor vs. The Already Poor: Recessionomics and Class

Many of us are feeling the pinch from the current economic climate, or know someone who is. While it has been said that the recession may act as a great leveler, bringing people of different means closer as we all experience the uncertainties of this time. This may be true on some level, but does...

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Tags: Class, Homeless, Housing, Poverty, Recession, Volunteer
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Poland: Food Waste and Meat Consumption

It's always interesting to see how environmental ills affect other regions. A report out of Poland says that food waste is a problem there, too. Approximately 4 million tons of food will be wasted in Poland this year, while over 2.5 million people will suffer from poverty and undernourishment. Ha...

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Tags: Agriculture, Diet, Europe, Meat, Nutrition, Poland, Poverty
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Working Tent-Dwellers: One foot in, one foot out of the American Dream

Around the holidays, this blog explored where homelessness and environmental issues like recycling, consumerism, and green housing. While I noted that shelters and food pantries were receiving a huge influx of patrons after the economic downturn began, the post was mainly about folks who were alr...

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Tags: Crisis, Downturn, Economy, Families, Homeless, Poor, Poverty
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