Laboring to Learn: Women’s Literacy & Poverty in the Post-Welfar
Lorna Rivera, Ph.D. University of Illinois Press, 978-0-252-07555-1, 2008
Throughout this study, the voices and experiences of formerly homeless women challenge cultural stereotypes about poor women, showing in personal and structural terms how social and economic forces shape and restrict opportunities for low-income women of color.
Lorna Rivera, UMass-Boston, is a founding member of the WE LEARN Board of Directors.
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