Anti-Poverty/Poverty Blogs

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A blog about the book, To Right These Wrongs: The North Carolina Fund and the Battle to end Inequality in 1960s. When Governor Terry Sanford established the North Carolina Fund in 1963, he saw it as a way to provide a better life for the “tens of thousands whose family income is so low that daily subsistence is always in doubt.” Illustrated with evocative photographs by Billy Barnes, To Right...
Keywords: Blogs, Poverty Research, United States
The Right to Housing Blog documents the Right to Adequate Housing Charter Challenge. The court is being asked to declare that homelessness and inadequate housing violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and that the government must develop a national and provincial strategy to end homelessness.
Keywords: Blogs, charter challenge, Homelessness, Housing, right to housing, Campaigns and initiatives, Ontario, All of Canada
A blog out of Nanaimo, BC by a student, an artist, an activist, a writer, and outreach worker who blogs about the stigma that he has endured by being diagnosed and labeled as being bipolar.
Keywords: Blogs, Mental Health, British Columbia
The Hook is the Tyee's political blog. This blog has stories and opinions about BC politics, homelessness, the Olympics and more.
Keywords: Blogs, Media, British Columbia
PEI Disability Alert Blog and some other PEI blogs are now publishing under the Not Just News site. The NJN Network publishes blogs and news about disability, advocacy and PEI.
Keywords: Blogs, Disability, disability news, Prince Edward Island
Halifax and surrounding areas anti-poverty rants from a social hellion and feminist anti-poverty activist living in HRM
Keywords: Blogs, Poverty Research, Nova Scotia
Digital Photo Artist and social activist, ex-homeless addict in Toronto explores people and places from a unique perspective emphasizing the lifestyle of those forgotten members of our society whose suffering has been neglected for too long and compares their circumstances with the accepted norm.
Keywords: Blogs, Homelessness, Ontario
Pamela Cross is a feminist lawyer, working as an advocate and activist for women’s equality. This blog explores women’s equality, the law and public policy, and supports advocacy efforts across the country to increase women’s equality in a substantive and meaningful way.
Keywords: Blogs, feminist, Government Policy, law, Legal Research, Women, women's equality
Murray Dobbin, now living in Powell River, BC, is one of Canada’s most popular progressive political commentators and analysts and has been a journalist, broadcaster, author and social activist for over forty years. He is a board member and research associate with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, and former executive board member of the Council of Canadians. He is also a senior...
Keywords: Blogs, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, economic policy, Government Policy, All of Canada
Hope for the Homeless is a blog by the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, an organization that works to address the needs of homeless men, women and children in the community and serves as a catalyst for community collaboration to end homelessness.
Keywords: Blogs, Homelessness, Organizations, United States
Steven is the Veteran’s Services Coordinator at Operation Stand Down in Nashville, Tennessee and is co-founder of The Contributor, a street newspaper produced and sold by people experiencing homelessness. In addition, he trains outreach workers for the National Health Care for The Homeless Council and blogs about his experiences.
Keywords: Blogs, Homelessness, United States
YkOnline is a blog/site about all things Yellowknife. It has reviews, opinions, interviews, photos, news, events, resources and more. The aim of this site is to provide the reader with interesting articles/posts about this great northern town.
Keywords: Art and Culture, Blogs, yellowknife, Northwest Territories