8 episodes

The U.S. is the richest country in the world, yet research shows that one in five American children is growing up in poverty. Is there a cure? Go to the front lines of the issue and hear top thinkers challenge our notions of the government’s role in closing the economic gap across the country and even the world. (Photo: Getty Images)

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The U.S. is the richest country in the world, yet research shows that one in five American children is growing up in poverty. Is there a cure? Go to the front lines of the issue and hear top thinkers challenge our notions of the government’s role in closing the economic gap across the country and even the world. (Photo: Getty Images)

    After the Projects

    After the Projects

    • 53 min
    The Ethics of Global Aid: One Kenyan's Perspective

    The Ethics of Global Aid: One Kenyan's Perspective

    • 52 min
    A World Free of Poverty

    A World Free of Poverty

    poverty economic public policy class race economic justice inequality minority community urban poverty wealth distribution ethics political science anthropology sociology poor

    • 53 min
    An End to Poverty in 30 Years

    An End to Poverty in 30 Years

    • 53 min
    After Welfare

    After Welfare

    • 50 min
    Are America's Schools Becoming Re-Segregated?

    Are America's Schools Becoming Re-Segregated?

    • 53 min

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