Speaking in Tongues

Richard Estes

France Kassing is sitting in for the erudite and eloquent Richard Estes today.

Sasha Abramsky is an acclaimed freelance journalist and the author of several insightful and searing books, including American Furies: Crime, Punishment, and Vengeance in the Age of Mass Imprisonment and Breadline, USA: The Hidden Scandal of American Hunger and How to Fix It.  The book we are discussing today, The American Way of Poverty: How the Other Half Still Lives, published by Nation Books in September 2013, is "an ambitious portrait of poverty in 21st century America."  Mr. Abramsky is also a popular lecturer right here at UC Davis.  Many of the interviews on which this book is based are accessible on the audio archive: www.thevoicesofpoverty.org.


You can find out much more by going to http://www.sashaabramsky.com/


http:UC Davis Center for Poverty Research.


a great resource of free food around Sacramento


 The Pantry - Davis Wiki


The Pantry at Davis is a student-run food bank housed in the basement of Lower Freeborn, Room 21. It exists to provide food and basic necessities to UC Davis students.

 Davis Food Not Bombs

Central Park  4th & C, at the benches around the oak tree


Sacramento Food Not Bombs. "Because food is a right, not a privilege." Now serving a free vegetarian meal. Sundays, 1:30 at Cesar Chavez Plaza



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