poverty and African American children

Beauty In the Bad: the Hard Knock Life Of a Child Raised In the City

A beautifully told tale of the hard life one teen faced in Newark after the death of her beloved grandfather—and the hopelessness she feels for the city in which she was raised.

– Jan 12, 2015

Coretta Scott King’s Words On the Violence Of Poverty Still Ring True Today

Marinate on Corretta Scott King’s words—words she bravely shared in a speech on Solidarity Day, the traditional “Juneteenth” celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation, just months...

– Dec 21, 2012