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 For the very first episode of TPA Voices, we sat down with Joe Soss, co-author of “Disciplining the Poor: Neoliberal Paternalism and the Persistent Power of Race.” In this episode, we discuss neoliberal paternalism and how racialized the U.S. welfare system has become since the War on Poverty began in the 1960’s. Diana Dollar...
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 In the second episode of ‘TPA Voices’, we sat down with Anne Price, Executive Director of the Insight Center for Community Economic Development (Insight CCED). For this discussion, we wanted to chat about the role that data has played in shaping how we serve those experiencing poverty. Teaser: it may not always tell the...
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Beginning with the War on Poverty in 1964, the dominant narrative about poverty in the United States is that the fault lies with the individual because he or she lacks discipline. Since that time, assistance programs have generally addressed poverty largely by “bringing discipline to the lives of the poor” rather than actually seeking to...
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