Category Archives: News Coverage of Poverty

News Coverage: The Bail Trap – The New York Times

The Bail Trap – The New York Times.

News Coverage: An hereditary meritocracy | The Economist

An hereditary meritocracy | The Economist.

News Coverage: The rise and spread of poverty in U.S. cities, in darkly beautiful maps – The Washington Post

The rise and spread of poverty in U.S. cities, in darkly beautiful maps – The Washington Post.

America’s Slums Are Getting Worse As More People Live in Concentrated Poverty – The Atlantic

America’s Slums Are Getting Worse As More People Live in Concentrated Poverty – The Atlantic.

News Coverage: The Continuing Reality of Segregated Schools – The New York Times

The Continuing Reality of Segregated Schools – The New York Times.

News Coverage: How mass incarceration creates ‘million dollar blocks’ in poor neighborhoods – The Washington Post

How mass incarceration creates ‘million dollar blocks’ in poor neighborhoods – The Washington Post.

News Coverage: “The Crime of Living Without a Home in Los Angeles”

The Crime of Living Without a Home in Los Angeles.

News Coverage of a new Report: America’s best program for the poor may be even better than we thought – Vox

America’s best program for the poor may be even better than we thought – Vox. [About EITC and with links to a new report on EITC’s effectiveness].

News Coverage: Millennials Getting Help From Parents Can Afford Homes – The Atlantic

Millennials Getting Help From Parents Can Afford Homes – The Atlantic. [Making a fairly obvious point, but one people can forget.]

News Coverage: “The homeless man who went to Harvard Law with John Roberts”

News Coverage: Terrence McCoy, “The homeless man who went to Harvard Law with John Roberts,” Washington Post, July 13, 2015.