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Bag of Poverty
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I think people who were poor during the Great Depression were the "outsiders" because they are like the uncool kids in school and the people who were rich, celebritys and big business owners, were like the popular kids because everyone else knew everything about them.
This is an eyewitness account of what poverty was like during the 1930s. The women shows us how to make peppers and eggs, which her mom often made for her family during the Great Depression. Meat was not easy to get because of the high prices, so they had eggs and grew peppers in their own garden.
People of color were impacted during the Great Depression because the were the first to be laid off from their jobs and had a much higher unemployment rate than whites. They received less aid than whites in the early public assistance programs, and some charities even excluded African Americans from their soup kitchens.
This clip from "Of Mice and Men" fits in with the idea of poverty during the time period because everybodys dream was to have a house to live in and there own land and Lennie and George were dreaming about the same thing everybody in the time period wanted.
The best line from chapter 3 is "One women recalled that, after her father lost his job, her family had to move into a garage heated only by a coal stove", because they had no beds, blankets, or even a real home. This song represents this because it's saying "keep me safe from harm" and "there comes you to take me in your arms" and even if families lived in poverty, children looked to there loved ones for hope since most of the time, thats the only thing happy they had.
This song represents modern poverty because in 2010 there was a massive earthquake in Haiti. Over 220,000 lives were lost and many were left in poverty with no food, water, shelter, or a family. Taylor Swift sang this song for the "Hope for Haiti" fundraiser to get these people supplies from what had happened.
This scene from Slum Dog Millionaire represents how poverty looks nationally across the world because through out this movie, it showed how to young brothers had to find food and money on their own with out anyone to help or guide them.
This song represents the impact of the Depression on families because during this time of poverty, families would tell there children everything would be okay and that they would do the best they could to find them food and a blanket to sleep on.
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