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Nonfiction in response to No Poverty
January 2018

Winter in Maryland. A time of frost, snow, and chilly winds. A time when most people zip up their winter coats and throw on a hat and gloves before heading out the door. A time, for most, of warm crackling fires, steamy hot chocolate...

By Kelsey Cashman   
Nonfiction in response to No Poverty
January 2018

It often feels like society is progressing at an incredibly fast rate and innovating on an unprecedented level. Yet, the core issues of socioeconomic inequality and poverty that have plagued society for centuries are still far too prevalent in the world today...

By Amrita Bhasin  
Nonfiction in response to No Poverty
January 2018

Did you know that approximately 22,000 children die each day because of poverty? Did you also know that one missile costs the same amount it would take to feed a school of hungry children every day for five years?

By Karen Wu
Poem  in response to No Poverty
January 2018

Among twenty sleeping campesinos,

The only thing moving 

Was the pencil of a girl...

By Jenny Li
Poem in response to No Poverty
January 2018

If you can’t face the fac(e)ts of the coin;

Even as lives flicker on its rim,

Each cent a greater weight, a line in the sand;

Consider...

By Ilana Arougheti
Poem in response to No Poverty
January 2018

We are far from home.

Empty fields,

empty house.

We left...

By Caroline Sun
Nonfiction in response to No Poverty
January 2018

Orlando is the Theme Park Capital of the World, literally. Just a year ago, the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. trademarked that slogan in recognition of the fact that the area’s multiple theme parks are the biggest draw...

By Georgia Bernbaum
Poem  in response to No Poverty
January 2018

We live in a bubble,

Gilded with gold.

We can’t see the trouble,

The sorrow untold...

By Grace Muresan

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