Framing Race and Poverty

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Title: Framing Race and Poverty
Author: Wilson, William Julius
Citation: Wilson, William Julius. 2009. Framing race and poverty. Contexts 8(4): 84.
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Abstract: William Julius Wilson argues it's extremely important to discuss how race and poverty are related in public policy discussions. Policies must be framed to facilitate a frank discussion of the problems that ought to be addressed and to generate political support to alleviate them. And we can do that by combining a powerful discussion of structural inequities with an emphasis on personal responsibility.
Published Version: doi:10.1525/ctx.2009.8.4.84
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