Poverty http://kwgs.org en Re: JustHope --- "Creating Global Partnerships, Combating Poverty, Nurturing Sustainable Community" http://kwgs.org/post/re-justhope-creating-global-partnerships-combating-poverty-nurturing-sustainable-community <p>On this installment of ST, we welcome the founder and executive director of JustHope, which is a Tulsa-based non-governmental organization (or NGO): Leslie Penrose. Wed, 06 Nov 2013 19:36:15 +0000 Rich Fisher 49149 at http://kwgs.org Re: JustHope --- "Creating Global Partnerships, Combating Poverty, Nurturing Sustainable Community" "Dan's War on Poverty:A Grassroots Crusade for Social Justice" (Encore presentation) http://kwgs.org/post/dans-war-povertya-grassroots-crusade-social-justice-encore-presentation <p>On this encore edition of ST, we speak with the Tulsa-based writer, consultant, and activist Ann Patton, who's published a biography of the late Father Dan Allen, a Catholic priest turned social activist who worked incessantly (and memorably) to combat poverty and promote equality in Tulsa in the 1960s and beyond. Father Dan is probably best known for creating the Tulsa-area social service agency, Neighbor for Neighbor, which is still around today. Tue, 21 Aug 2012 20:55:13 +0000 Rich Fisher 24693 at http://kwgs.org "Dan's War on Poverty:A Grassroots Crusade for Social Justice" (Encore presentation) "Stories from the Front Lines of China's Great Urban Migration" (Encore presentation.) http://kwgs.org/post/stories-front-lines-chinas-great-urban-migration-encore-presentation <p>On this edition of on our program, we revisit a show that first aired back in March, when we spoke by phone with Michelle Dammon Loyalka, a freelance journalist and editor. Thu, 28 Jun 2012 19:39:42 +0000 Rich Fisher 21344 at http://kwgs.org "Stories from the Front Lines of China's Great Urban Migration" (Encore presentation.) "Dan's War on Poverty: A Grassroots Crusade for Social Justice" http://kwgs.org/post/dans-war-poverty-grassroots-crusade-social-justice <p>On this edition of ST, we speak with the Tulsa-based writer, consultant, and activist Ann Patton, who&#39;s just published a biography of the late (and legendary) Father Dan Allen, a Catholic priest turned social activist who worked incessantly (and memorably) to combat poverty and promote equality in Tulsa in the 1960s and beyond. Father Dan is probably best known for creating the Tulsa-area social service agency, Neighbor for Neighbor, which still exists today. Thu, 14 Jun 2012 19:57:15 +0000 Rich Fisher 20520 at http://kwgs.org "Dan's War on Poverty: A Grassroots Crusade for Social Justice" An Outside View of the Community Action Project of Tulsa's CareerAdvance Anti-Poverty Effort http://kwgs.org/post/outside-view-community-action-project-tulsas-careeradvance-anti-poverty-effort <p>On this edition of our show, we discuss a newly created, two-generation program to move parents and their children beyond poverty: the Community Action Project of Tulsa&#39;s CareerAdvance initiative. Our guest is Anne Mosle, a Vice President at the Aspen Institute and the Executive Director of the its Ascend Program, which focuses on economic security for families. Mosle recently visited Tulsa in order to observe the CareerAdvance program (which has been funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the Inasmuch Foundation, and the Health Profession Opportunities Grant) firsthand. Wed, 30 May 2012 21:54:28 +0000 Rich Fisher 19623 at http://kwgs.org An Outside View of the Community Action Project of Tulsa's CareerAdvance Anti-Poverty Effort "Stories from the Front Lines of China's Great Urban Migration" http://kwgs.org/post/stories-front-lines-chinas-great-urban-migration <p>Today on our program we speak by phone with Michelle Dammon Loyalka, a freelance journalist and editor, who&#39;s just put out a new book (from the University of California Press) called &quot;Eating Bitterness: Stories from the Front Lines of China&#39;s Great Urban Migration.&quot; Praised in Publishers Weekly as &quot;a thorough and insightful examination of the gritty, arduous side of the Chinese economic miracle,&quot; this book profiles eight different migrant peasants in contemporary China --- an impossibly vast and rapidly changing country where, each year, some 200 million such mig Thu, 29 Mar 2012 23:25:36 +0000 Rich Fisher 15846 at http://kwgs.org "Stories from the Front Lines of China's Great Urban Migration"