Poor People

Poor people or Poor People may refer to:

  • People living in poverty
  • Poor People – initial translated versions are known as "Poor Folk"; first novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Other articles related to "poor people, poor, people":

Poor People's Campaign
... The Poor People's Campaign was a 1968 effort to gain economic justice for poor people in the United States ... The Campaign demanded economic and human rights for poor Blacks, Chicanos, Native Americans, and Whites ...
T. Harv Eker - Theories
... script that dictates how we relate to money," and that by changing this blueprint people can change their ability to accumulate wealth ... Other theories attributed to Eker include the concept that people unwilling to make major sacrifices in order to succeed "play the role" of the victim and deny that ... the financial blueprints of the rich differ from those of the poor and the middle-class ...
Microcredit Regulatory Authority - Microcredit in Bangladesh
... Nearly two hundred thousand people are employed in MFIs and Grameen Bank ... Around 30 million poor people are directly benefiting from microcredit programs ... Through the financial services of microcredit, these poor people are engaging themselves in various income generating activities ...
Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign - Events
... The Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign and its member organizations have held many events to raise awareness of and draw attention to the ... PA that was attended by thousands of people 2001- March for Compassion and Spiritual Renewal 2001- Poor People’s Summit to End Poverty 2002- National Freedom. 2002- March for Our Lives 2003- Poor People’s March for Economic Human Rights through the South held in August to commemorate the thirty-fifth anniversary of the 1968 Poor People’s March which Dr ...

Famous quotes containing the words people and/or poor:

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