Childhood Poverty Inequality In The United States

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Poverty is a huge issue throughout the world, however it has been ignored for generations. Recently people have noticed the amount of people suffering poverty within the United States. There is research that suggests childhood poverty is heightened within the United States more than other ‘first world countries’. The diversity in the United States shows that poverty does not care about race, however people of color are more likely to suffer through poverty than ‘white’ people. Poverty is when a person has less money than what would be self-sufficient. There is a formula that was found in 1963 which calculates the basic living for people are single, married, or have children. For instance a four family household would have 22,050 or less in

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