It’s Time to Change: Poverty

It’s Time to Change: Poverty

It’s Time to Change: Poverty And We Have a Plan – Change the name of it. Change the name of it. But it’s not homelessness. It’s “houselessness.” It’s houses this people need. A home it’s an abstract idea. A home it’s a setting, it’s a state of mind. This people need houses. Physical, tangible structures. […]

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Steve Biko on the Daily Violence of Poverty and Oppression

Steve Biko on the Daily Violence of Poverty and Oppression

I’m not talking about words I’m talking about the violence in which people are baton charged by police, beaten up. I’m talking about police firing on unarmed people. I’m talking about the indirect violence you get through starvation in the townships. I am talking about the hopelessness the desolation of the transit camps. Now I […]

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Srebrenica Family Left Stranded by Poverty

Srebrenica Family Left Stranded by Poverty

Steppes. Steppes are lowlands covered by grass and are mostly located in temperate latitudes. In these areas with little precipitation, grasses are usually narrow, long, have deep roots and grow up to one metre. Areas lacking water are called deserts. In some deserts, years pass without a drop of rain. Plants and animals have adjusted […]

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What is Poverty? | Ignorance Causes Poverty | Amanda Hill

What is Poverty? | Ignorance Causes Poverty | Amanda Hill

Hey Pledge Makers makers welcome to episode number three of the take charge of your destiny series I’m Amanda Hill helping young passionate success seekers on their health and personal development journey now on the last show we discuss a topic of changing the can’t to can of improving or mindset and really getting into […]

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4. Safe Public Spaces – Child Poverty Solutions NZ

4. Safe Public Spaces – Child Poverty Solutions NZ

Did you know that over 1 in 4 Kiwi kids lives in poverty? That’s 270,000 children. Enough to fill our biggest rugby stadium five and a half times. When children were asked about their solutions to child poverty, one of their main ideas was safe public spaces to meet and play together. Children also said […]

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