Economic Equity: Struggling Toward a Better Future

For this post Thanksgiving episode, L. Joy highlights those advocating for economic equity.

Unless you are among the wealthy, you are probably feeling economically strained. The gap between the rich and the poor is getting wider and millions of us are struggling to make ends meet.
You may be employed but living paycheck to paycheck and one emergency away from despair. Millions of others are experiencing homelessness, poverty and have trouble feeding themselves and their children on a daily basis.
Jennifer Jones Austin of the Federation for Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA) chats with L. Joy about what economic equity looks like and how we can all play an advocacy role. She also speaks with activists from Witness to Hunger on how they advocate for those experiencing poverty and the future they want for their children.

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