Video and Multimedia
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- Social Justice: Poverty in America
- A short video describing the effects of Poverty on the people who live in it within the US. Four main topics are discussed including quality of Housing and the Inability to Move, Health Treatment and Services, Nutrition and Foods, and lastly Education.
- 25 sobering statistics on global poverty that might upset you
- This video outlines 25 sobering statistics on global poverty that might upset you.
- Social Identity and Inequalities
- This video about social identities and inequalities that have been defined throughout history.
- Social Class Privellege
- This video discusses social class in schools.
- Wealth Inequalities in America
- Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actual numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is.
- Social Class and Poverty
- "The kind of economic arrangements that we see in our world today, which are dominated by cronies of those with state power, that's not the kind of economic arrangement that anyone who believes in freedom ought to favor," says Gary Chartier, Associate Dean at La Sierra School of Business and co-editor of the new book "Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power, and Structural Poverty."
- Did Poverty in Baltimore Cause the Riots
- In April 2015, an unarmed African-American man died in Baltimore because of alleged police brutality, sparking protests and riots
- In Book's Trial Of U.S. Justice System, Wealth Gap Is Exhibit A
- Investigative journalist and author Matt Taibbi has long reported on American politics and business. With an old-school muckraker's nose for corruption, he examined the events leading up to the 2008 financial crisis in Griftopia. With Gonzo zeal, he described a two-party political system splintered into extreme factions in The Great Derangement.
- Allegations of Racism, Classism Rattle New Orleans Community
- Officials in the St. Bernard Parish of New Orleans violated the Fair Housing Act by blocking the construction of mixed-income apartment buildings, a federal judge has ruled. Guest host Jennifer Ludden talks with Jarvis DeBerry, an editorial writer with the Times-Picayune, for an update.