My life on food stamps: I felt ashamed buying olive oil | Life and style | The Guardian

On food stamps and poverty: I felt ashamed buying olive oil

Low-cost cooking: Felisa Rogers talked about foraging, gardening, and shopping on a budget.

Modern slavery in the UK is inflicting misery under our noses every day | Abda Khan | Opinion | The Guardian

Modern slavery in the UK is inflicting misery under our noses every day

Exploitation of the vulnerable is rampant in Britain, from nail bars and car washes to building sites, hotels, restaurants and farms, says writer and author Abda Khan

My fellow white people: if you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem | Katherine Craig | Opinion | The Guardian

My fellow white people: if you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem

Munroe Bergdorf’s assertion that all white people are racist has upset many, but society is skewed in our favour and it is right to acknowledge that, writes lawyer and social change consultant Katherine Craig

Most Native Americans live in cities, not reservations. Here are their stories | US news | The Guardian

Most Native Americans live in cities, not reservations. Here are their stories

Chah-tah Gould on his ancestors’ land.Most Native Americans live in cities, not reservations.

The truth about capitalism is out as Marx’s magic cap starts to slip | Giles Fraser: Loose canon | Opinion | The Guardian

The truth about capitalism is out as Marx’s magic cap starts to slip

Loose canon: A century after the rise of the Bolsheviks, the young are reading Karl Marx again – and faith in the superstitious beliefs that underpin market economies is faltering

Donald Trump is exposing the contradictions of the elite | David Callahan | Opinion | The Guardian

Donald Trump is exposing the contradictions of the elite

Will the same elite who protested Trump’s travel ban and support of white supremacists also oppose tax proposals that would make them richer?

The generation gap is deep: here’s how we bridge it | Alex Smith | Opinion | The Guardian

The generation gap is deep: here’s how we bridge it

Research suggests about of people diagnosed with hearing loss face dementia risk.

Inequality and poverty have returned with a vengeance in recent decades. To reduce them, we need fresh ideas that move beyond taxes on the wealthy. Anthony B. Atkinson offers ambitious new policies in technology, employment, social security, sharing of capital, and taxation, and he defends them against the common arguments and excuses for inaction.

Get about and its relationship to in Society. Cover: Inequality: What Can Be Done?, from Harvard University Press

We know what causes poverty. The point is to do something about it | Simon Jenkins | Opinion | The Guardian

Stop fretting about poorer men being single and get on with tackling poverty

Endless research into the widening gap between rich and poor is a waste of time says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins

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