No Shame in My Game: The Working Poor in the Inner City
"It's time to honour and reward people who work hard and play by the rules....No one who works full time and has children should be poor any more."
--Bill Clinton and Al Gore, Putting People First, 1992.
Obviously, to this day, the issue has not been attended to satisfactorily as shown by Katherine Newman's book - No Shame in my Game. The study is about examining the experience of the people living in Harlem - in a world that is vastly different from ours compared to society's customary notions regarding them. These people are visible even if the others choose not to acknowledge them.
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