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In the article, “Being Poor, Black, and American: The Impact of Political, Econo

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In the article, “Being Poor, Black, and American: The Impact of Political, Economic, and Cultural Forces,” W.J. Wilson presents “…a political, economic, and cultural framework for understanding the emergence and persistence of concentrated urban poverty,” and he “pays particular attention to poor inner-city black neighborhoods, which have the highest levels of concentrated poverty” (Wilson, 2011, p. 11). He concludes the article by suggesting that “…the lesson from this discussion of key social, political, economic, and cultural forces is to fashion a new agenda that gives more scrutiny to both racial and nonracial policies” (p. 23).
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Read the Wilson article (attached below) and respond to the following questions:
1. What were some of the political, economic, and cultural frameworks that contributed to the concentration of urban poverty? Discuss events, policies, legislation, and other actions that facilitated this concentration of poverty, and actions that prevented or made it difficult for individuals and communities to rise above the poverty
2. What are some of the ideas Wilson has proposed for” fashioning a new agenda” to help overcome inner-city poverty? What does Wilson state is the primary problem contributing to this poverty that should be resolved?

 

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