Extras

Video thumbnail: FIRSTHAND FIRSTHAND Talks: Mark Jay, PhD

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FIRSTHAND Talks: Mark Jay, PhD

Jay examines how mass incarceration and police violence overwhelmingly targets the poor.

FIRSTHAND Talks: Mark Jay, PhD

Video thumbnail: FIRSTHAND FIRSTHAND Talks: Juan Salgado

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FIRSTHAND Talks: Juan Salgado

Juan Salgado explores an often-overlooked pathway out of poverty: community colleges.

FIRSTHAND Talks: Juan Salgado

Video thumbnail: FIRSTHAND FIRSTHAND Talks: Ebony Scott

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FIRSTHAND Talks: Ebony Scott

Scott explores why poverty persists in spite of the "War on Poverty" launched in 1964.

FIRSTHAND Talks: Ebony Scott

Video thumbnail: FIRSTHAND FIRSTHAND Talks: Calvin Holmes

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FIRSTHAND Talks: Calvin Holmes

Calvin Holmes explains how the cycle of poverty can be broken with long-term investment.

FIRSTHAND Talks: Calvin Holmes

Video thumbnail: FIRSTHAND FIRSTHAND Talks: Audra Wilson

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FIRSTHAND Talks: Audra Wilson

Wilson explores the myth that people in poverty made personal choices that put them there.

FIRSTHAND Talks: Audra Wilson

Video thumbnail: FIRSTHAND FIRSTHAND: Living in Poverty – Trailer

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FIRSTHAND: Living in Poverty – Trailer

The summer and fall of 2020 through the eyes of five people living in poverty in Chicago.

FIRSTHAND: Living in Poverty – Trailer