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I object to the assumption/implication/inference in this article that millennials’ parents are baby boomers.
I’m the parent of a “millennial” and my generation did not cause this economic situation and are also victims of those who ‘came before’.
Another great show, cut down prematurely.
Great article by Keith Creighton on Popdose telling you all about it: http://popdose.com/amazon-sidesteps-history-by-canceling-good-girls-revolt/
Let’s bring Good Girls Revolt back! 🙂
“Q&A: Exposing the realities of eviction” by Matthew Desmond
Just Shelter – Founded by Matthew Desmond and Tessa Lowinske Desmond to raise awareness of the human cost of the lack of affordable housing in America and to amplify the work of community organizations working to preserve affordable housing, prevent eviction, and reduce family homelessness. Link to site: http://justshelter.org/
The Evicted Book Foundation – Set up to directly benefit the families in Evicted. The board of the Evicted Book Foundation includes Matthew Desmond, Tessa Lowinske Desmond, Devah Pager, Ruth Lopez Turley, and Bruce Western. Link to donate: via PayPal