A paper from the Task Force on Women, Poverty, and Public Assistance of the American Psychological Association
"One of the country’s three national poverty centers supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is committed to providing research, policy analysis, and training on issues of poverty and inequality."
See New York Times coverage on income inequality
"A non-partisan initiative that brings together diverse perspectives from the political, policy, advocacy and foundation communities to find genuine solutions to the economic hardship confronting millions of Americans." A portal to lots of information.
Includes 6 films, the one below, and these:
The 51st State: America's Working Poor
Down . . . But Not Out! A Look at Situational Poverty
What Poor Child Is This? Poverty and America's Children
Nouveau Poor: Immigrant Poverty
Obvious Poverty: America's Homeless
The unprecedented level of economic inequality in America is undeniable. This edition of Moyers & Company reports on dismaying extremes of wealth and poverty on display in California’s Silicon Valley. Facebook, Google, and Apple are minting millionaires while the area’s homeless—who’ve grown 20 percent in the last two years—are living in tent cities at their virtual doorsteps. These are the human faces of economic inequality. Broadcast dates: April 12, 2013, and May 31, 2013. (17 minutes)
Report of the Task Force on Resources for the Inclusion of Social Class in Psychology Curricula
From the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, and the Society for the Psychology of Women, of the American Psychological Association
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Socioeconomic Status/Social Class in Films, Documentaries, TV Shows and Songs.
A list. Click for the pdf: