Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Bookmarks: Social Class

Who Rules America: Explore the Power Elite

Mapping Poverty in America - The New York Times

Where Americans—Rich and Poor—Spent Every Dollar in 2012 - The Atlantic

In Climbing Income Ladder, Location Matters -

Inequality is real, personal, expensive, and it was created

Institute for Research on Poverty | University of Wisconsin–Madison

Where the 1 Percent Fit in the Hierarchy of Income - Interactive Graphic -

Who Rules America: Wealth, Income, and Power

Our Broken Economy, in One Simple Chart - The New York Times

Are you in the US middle class? Try our income calculator | Pew Research Center

Childhood poverty linked to brain changes related to depression

5 facts about the minimum wage | Pew Research Center

Which States Are Givers and Which Are Takers? - The Atlantic

Americans Think Upward Mobility Is Far More Common Than It Really Is - CityLab

Plutocracy Rising | Moyers & Company |

Talk Poverty - Real People. Real Stories. Real Solutions.

10 least expensive states to live in the U.S.

Overworked America: 12 Charts That Will Make Your Blood Boil – Mother Jones

The Most and Least Healthy Counties in America - The Atlantic

America's Wealth Is Staggeringly Concentrated in the Northeast Corridor - CityLab

The Minimum Wage Used To Be Enough To Keep Workers Out Of Poverty—It’s Not Anymore: 
Raising It to $10.10 Would Lift a Family of Three Above the Poverty Line | Economic Policy Institute

Who Makes Up The Working Class, in 3 Graphs - CityLab

Peter Temin: Economic Mobility Requires the Nearly Impossible - The Atlantic

Why the Poor Don't Work, According to the Poor - The Atlantic

Very Sad Graph: How Much Americans Have Left to Spend After Essentials, Today - The Atlantic

NCCP | Budgeting for Basic Needs

Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality

‘Welfare Makes People Lazy’: A Myth That Needs Busting - The Atlantic

The financial impact of winning (and losing) the birth lottery - Mar. 6, 2018

The new gilded age: Income inequality in the U.S. by state, metropolitan area, and county | Economic Policy Institute

Barry Schwartz: The way we think about work is broken | TED Talk

How Many Americans Live in Poverty, and What Does That Actually Mean? (with Lesson Plan) | KQED

Middle-class income rose above $61,000 for the first time last year, U.S. Census Bureau says - The Washington Post