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Millions of people in this country lives without shelter, and indoor plumbing right here in America. 37 million Americans still fall below the poverty line. Join my special guest Benita Conner who has lived without indoor plumbing for five years. Also joining me tonight is Roslyn Pollard and Bro. Kaazim Muhammad of the Hattiesburg Muhammad Study Group will also join us for a discussion on poverty in Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Season 1 Episode 22
The Business of Poverty
In America there are over 46 million people living in poverty. As the fastest segment of society, more and more Americans are finding themselves in Poor Conditions, yet Poverty is a Big Business for some as the Poverty Industry is estimated at $33 Billion Dollars annually. Between Banks, Law Enforcement, Cheap Loans, Liquor, Tobbacco, Firearms, Government Subsidies, there is a Big Business in keeping people down. In this episode we will discuss The Business of Poverty, how it works and how to take action!
Host Jeffrey Rincon, Chander Singh & Adeola Adejobi
9 of 10 Americans confess Christianity as their religion of choice.
1 of 6 Americans live in poverty.
When I think Christianity I think generosity. If 9 of every 10 Americans practice generosity, would we have 1 of every 6 Americans living in poverty?
Too whom much is given, much is required. God tells us in this statement he expect us to be generous.
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, he gave his only begotten son... This statement is confirmation of giving, is it not?
God loves a cheerful giver
In our daily deeds generosity must have a place, if you are truely believers. If we have goals on the path to eternal life.
Poverty Sunday. Make poverty go away. We all must help, not blame. We have 1 in 6 Americans living in poverty. We have poverty in American because we contribute to poverty. Let US pray.
To increase US prosperity, we have to decrease US poverty. All Americans have a role. We are our brothers keepers.
Open doors to greater US prosperity.
Close the doors to US poverty.
Together American, there is nothing insurmountable
Why is it important to talk about poverty in education? How do we do that in a way that is respectful and meaningful? Many times, discussions about education reform intentionally conflate race and class. There are a few reasons for this, including that the federal courts have slowly closed the courthouse doors to claims of race discrimination in education. Courts also have almost completely prohibited voluntary efforts to create racial diversity in schools. As a result,
Poverty Sundays kills the spirit of more than the people in that financial equation. Easter Sunday! The resurrection. An opportunity for a new beginning. We have to make the choice. A new beginning, off with the old, on with the new. We can. We can when we believe God can.
Did you know that Poverty is right on your trail? What are you doing to move yourself further away from it? I am going to share some good information that will help you to escape poverty and to move yourself further away from it on Blogtalkradio.
VividLife Radio’s Ed and Deb Shapiro welcome Social Activists Charles Steinberg and Torkin Wakefield, to discuss eradicating poverty one bead at a time.
Charles Steinberg M.D. is an HIV expert and AIDS treating physician and has worked in Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, and across the world. Since 2004 he has been working in Kampala, Uganda. It was there that BeadforLife began, as with him was his wife Torkin who has been a social activist since college when she was a Peace Corps volunteer in India, and has since co-founded many organizations that help poor or marginalized people. BeadforLife was born in 2004 and is already eradicating poverty for thousands of people, building businesses, and creating whole and happy lives, one bead at a time.
We can end poverty America. We have everything we need to end poverty in America. America's poverty comes from lack of jobs, created by American Greed. It begins with the working poor living on-going with a lack of livable wages, inadequate health care, and easy access to drugs. Americans experience lack of educational values and resources. Citizenship is missing in today's America. No charity one for another. The love of money still is the root of all
Vote to move America Forward. Vote to end poverty. Vote to keep America out of Mitt's hands. Vote to keep teachers employed. Vote to keep Fema. Vote to keep the Affordable HealthCare for America. May 17, 2012 Mitt Romney attended a fundraiser. Mitt said 47% of US are moochers, who look to government for support and will never accept responsibility for themselves. Mitt's words: 47% want government to provide food, shelter, healthcare, a