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5 Documentaries About Poverty

povertyDo you want to learn more about the complex issues of poverty but aren’t really sure where to start? Our staff recommend these documentaries. We’re always looking for new resources – are there films that have been helpful to you in learning about poverty?

1. A Place at the Table

2. The End of Poverty?

3. My Brother’s Keeper

4. The Line

5. Roger & Me

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  1. There are two documentaries on Netflix that I watched that really helped open my eyes to what those who are homeless have to go through. One was “Lost Angels: Skid Row Is My Home” and the other was “Tent City, USA.”

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