Poverty

Julia Conley, staff writer
"We're seeing people from every socio-economic level because the majority of Americans live paycheck to paycheck."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"The Trump administration is throwing up an unnecessary barrier that will make...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Geri Andre-Major helps her son Max, 5, with his school work on March 26, 2020 in Mount Vernon, New York. Andre-Major said she was furloughed as a pre-school teacher at Chelsea Piers Connecticut on March 13.
"Millions are wondering how they'll pay their rent or mortgage by tomorrow. We...

Further

At a Funeral For A Home commemorating "the slow decline and gradual rebirth" of a West Philadelphia neighborhood and the lives therein, the Unique Miracle Drill Team marched, the Mt. Olive Baptist Church Choir sang "Precious memories, how they linger," and residents gathered to celebrate the long life of a lone rowhouse and, with its demolition, "return its brick, mortar, wood, and steel back into the earth.” The resurrection-themed communal ceremony, in one of five nationwide neighborhoods...