Holes, Jamie “Why Can’t More Poor People Escape Poverty?”, 06 Jun 2011
This artivle talks about why the poor remain poor and how they get their. People choose the wrong paths at times which can lead them into poverty. Because of the recession and evidence of bad budgeting it is harder now for the poor to get away from poverty.
Odom, Victoria. “Interview” 13 Feb 2013
I interviewed one of my friend’s mother Ms. DeJesus through FaceTime and asked her questions about her job and what she does. She works for PHMC at a service called Child Link. She works with the welfare of children with special needs. She assists the child and their families by having interventions by teaching the families to interact with child so they can live a normal life. This program is available for all families of any race of household income.
City of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Neighborhood Map - Income, House Prices, Occupations, Boundaries 13 Feb 2013
This website shows the average income of the different neighborhoods/areas of Philadelphia. I focused on 2 different areas of Philadelphia Mt. airy and Kensington. Mt.Airy represents a higher income based on what the average Philadelphian makes and Kensington represents a lower income based on what the average Philadelphian makes.
Herr, Susan. “Google Finds Rich Don’t Help Give to Poor” 10 Oct, 2007. 13 Feb 2013
There were two points found from a study on Patterns of /Household Charitable Giving. It was discovered that less than a third of American’s donations given to charities actually help and benefit those in poverty. Also wealthier families are less likely to give back and help the needy. Those who make $200.000 - $1 million give back about. 29%, those who make $1 million and up give back about 22% and those who make less than $200,000 give back about 36%.
Neuman, Susan. “One City, Two Libraries, and Ten Years of Watching Inequality Grow”.
Fall 2012, 13 Feb, 2013.
This article talks about how the different classes of families treat there children when it comes to education. In article it compares to libraries and differences of reading levels that people have. One area described as the badlands, an area of poverty, has 42% of the students reading at a level that is lower material. Early teenagers read books like Dr. Seuss when they should be reading something more challenging. To find the answer why is this? They turned to an earlier child, pre-schoolers.