Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City
Princeton sociologist Matthew Desmond shares how eight families in Milwaukee struggle to keep a roof over their heads. This book illuminates generational poverty, the U.S. housing crisis, and its disproportionate impact on women of color.
the stories and experiences of eight families in Milwaukee, data that explains the housing crisis in the United States, inspiration and hope to address this system of poverty
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- Consider the complex systems of poverty and understand factors that lead to housing instability.
- Demonstrate a greater understanding of poverty and how it impacts people in your community.