Jason DeParle

Jason DeParle writes about poverty for The New York Times. He is the author of A Good Provider Is One Who Leaves: One Family and Migration in the 21st Century. (November 2021)

A Historic Decrease in Poverty

The successful expansion of the safety net during the pandemic reminds us that high levels of poverty are a political choice, not a fate.

Poorly Understood: What America Gets Wrong About Poverty

by Mark Robert Rank, Lawrence M. Eppard, and Heather E. Bullock

2021 Poverty Projections: Assessing the Impact of Benefits and Stimulus Measures

a report by Laura Wheaton, Linda Giannarelli, and Ilham Dehry

Thrifty Food Plan, 2021

a report by the Food and Nutrition Service of the US Department of Agriculture

November 18, 2021 issue

Samuele Pucillo, a local boy from Lampedusa, in Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary film about the refugee crisis, Fire at Sea

The Sea Swallows People

Fire at Sea

a film by Gianfranco Rosi

All at Sea: The Policy Challenges of Rescue, Interception, and Long-Term Response to Maritime Migration

by Kathleen Newland, with Elizabeth Collett, Kate Hooper, and Sarah Flamm

Cast Away: True Stories of Survival from Europe’s Refugee Crisis

by Charlotte McDonald-Gibson

February 23, 2017 issue

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