Poverty

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In Case You Missed It: 2015, Impact's Next Shot

In this issue, a look at the child-poverty cycle, inequality’s connection to labor unions and suburban sprawl, and philanthrocapitalist predictions for 2015.

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Field Notes: Uncertainty by the Hour

The Center for Popular Democracy argues that technology can enhance labor conditions for hourly workers instead of undermining them.

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In Case You Missed It: The Hollowed Out Middle Class

In this issue, middle class decline, mainstream social innovation, crime and inequity, men not at work and Wall Street’s hand in the philanthropy piggy bank.

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In Case You Missed It: Minding Inequality's Business

In this issue, what U.S. inequality has to do with foreign policy, the rights of pregnant workers, big-box store lobbying, short-termism and investing.

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In Case You Missed It: Giving Thanks for Better Jobs

In this issue thinking on what voter turnout has to do with poverty, Wall Street and “bad apple” bankers, bad jobs for the holidays and more trends in philanthropy.

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In Case You Missed It: Poverty's Humiliations and Hardships

In this issue, thinking on capitalism’s failure to deliver inclusion, the consequences for the poor, the minimum wage and CEO pay and Detroit’s housing crisis.

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In Case You Missed It: The Monkey Business of Inequality

This issue takes a look at the role of fairness in successful capitalism, challenges in saving for retirement and lessons for improving philanthropy.

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In Case You Missed It: Impacting With Your Purpose

In this issue, a look at impact investing and the changing nature of the social sector, why poverty doesn’t play in U.S. elections and more on wage stagnation.

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In Case You Missed It: Trick or Treat Your Workers

In this issue, the trend of working for free versus wage poverty, the wealth and meritocracy gap, and the dangers of treating Ebola like the zombie apocalypse.

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In Case You Missed It: Inequality, Debt and Destitution

In this issue, there’s discussion on getting car jacked by lenders, being “present” for poverty, business ed and inequality, and what success looks like for B-corps.