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    Poverty, it is an unfortunate circumstance that happens from the town you live in, to the other side of the globe. About 1.4 billion people are currently living in extreme poverty across the globe, that is roughly 20% of the world’s population (Singer 9). I will begin this essay by summarizing and explaining Peter Singer’s, an Australian ethic philosopher, basic argument that it is immoral not to give to effective charities, an idea I agree with. After that, I will bring to attention two objections

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    Today we’re facing a big problem, it’s not a new one but an on-going one and it has been going on for decades. What is poverty? Poverty is the state of not being able to afford basic needs, in other words, it is the condition of being tremendously poor. It is a matter which has troubled the nation for thousands of years. To eradicate extreme poverty and hunger is one of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Around 21,000 people die every day because of extreme hunger. If they don’t have

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    do so or do they just add to their preexisting poverty. People become dependent on these funds and can even lead to health issues both physically and mentally due to feeling trapped in the state of poverty. The poverty trap is a system that makes it almost impossible for individuals and families to escape the state of poverty. Many things contribute this poverty trap such as, government programs, minimum wage jobs, and underfunded communities. Poverty in America should not be a permit status for one

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    Poverty exists throughout the entire world. For the most part, however, in America, we do not see the levels of poverty that affect many of those who live in the poorest countries of the world. With that being said, poverty still exists everywhere, to some extent. Because this is such a widespread problem, I believe that societies are to blame for poverty. I also believe that there is more that we can do to aid those in need. Most of those who require aid do not desire to be in their position.

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    GEOGRAPHY ESSAY-POVERTY - Ryan Stainsby Poverty can destroy someone's life. People struggle to acquire and keep access to food, water, homes, and basic necessities. But what are the consequences of poverty other than economical. In this essay I will show that poverty can and does have negative impacts on mental health, people’s social interactions, and their physical health. People in poverty don’t just lose their money, they can also lose quality and life. In this essay, I will focus on the social

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    Every Child Deserves the Education They Desire In her inspiring speech, “How America’s Public Schools Keep Kids in Poverty,” Kandace Sumner portrays the problem being distributed throughout the public schools of America with the inequality being dispersed to colored children as well as low-income societies to the public schools, parents of children, and the overall communities. As a teacher and mother of colored kids, Sumner is more aware of the unfair issue occurring throughout the public school

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    Poor Instead of Programs to End Poverty”, by Herbert Gans, “Culture of Success”, by Brink Lindsey, “Born Poor and Smart”, by Angela Locke, and “A Great Time to Be Alive?”, by Matt Yglesias, Gans’ article and Yglesias’ article does the best elaborating what has caused poverty, the misconceptions of the impoverished and how we can solve this exponential problem. While, Lindsey’s and Locke’s articles provide little to no beneficial information on how to solve the poverty rate, and only elaborate how this

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    Poverty is a social problem that affects every one of us on an economic, political and social level. The problem of human suffering is one that we must overcome strategically on many levels. According to the United Nations, “in 2015 more than one billion people around the world live in a state of poverty, lacking the basic goods food, clothing, and shelter that humans need to survive” (“Poverty”). There are a great number of areas that keep individuals poor, such as lack of resources, inadequate

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    Poverty is a social problem that affects everyone on an economic, political and social level. The problem of human suffering is one that we must combat strategically on many levels. According to the United Nations, “in 2015 more than one billion people around the world live in a state of poverty, lacking the basic goods food, clothing, and shelter that humans need to survive” (“Poverty”). There are a great number of areas that keep individuals poor, such as lack of resources, inadequate income, lack

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    There are many global concerns, but one that continues to be a major problem is poverty. Along with poverty comes the inability to pay for things that are vital to our health such as shelter, water, and food. Over the years there have been countless efforts to find a way to end poverty and feed every person in the world. “Three-quarters of all hungry people live in rural areas, mainly in the villages of Asia and Africa”(Who Are The Hungry?”). To get a perspective, “Some 795 million people in the

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