In his rebuttal to President Obama's State of the Union address, Indiana governor Mitch Daniels slammed the White House's "pro-poverty" policies, which is ironic, coming from a leading anti-union politician.
What starts a riot? When L.A. burned 20 years ago, many blamed the Rodney King beating, but many also blamed poverty and lack of upward mobility. If that’s the case, as many experts suggest it is, then that’s especially scary. Because poverty still runs rampant in L.A.
In light of a recent study that African-Americans are twice as likely to face food insecurity, Joel Berg, the executive director of the New York City Coalition Against Hunger, speaks to BET.com about solutions to hunger.