Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0149 MSJ Bill of Economic Human Rights in Maine.mpg

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On October 30, at the University of Maine in Augusta a panel of four women spoke about poverty in Maine, its causes and some possible solutions. Panelists Jessica Vear, Sheila Malone, Stacey Jacobson and Jan Lightfoot-Lane, all living below the poverty level themselves, described what it is like to live in poverty. These women, though poor, were mostly well-educated and very articulate in their presentations. Each has the tools to break the bonds of poverty. They all chose to remain where they were to carry on the fight against poverty and its root causes. All felt a close connection to all men, women and children who are driven into poverty. They're not going to take it any more. And neither will you once you've organized.

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