Author and professor, Dr. Felicia Kornbluh explained her thoughts on Welfare reform on the Nov. 27 edition of America’s Work Force Radio.
Kornbluh, who teaches at the University of Vermont, discussed her book Ensuring Poverty: Welfare Reform in Feminist Perspective. She provided an overview of welfare reform in the U.S. over the years and talked about the perceived problems people have with the U.S. welfare system, such as the requirements needed to receive it. Kornbluh spoke about ways to improve the system, which could help welfare recipients, who struggle to make ends meet despite the help.
Arielle Swernoff, from Launch Progress Pac, also joined America’s Work Force Radio to talk about the group’s progressive agenda and how to implement it. She said change begins at the local level. Swernoff felt the result of the 2018 midterm elections was a step toward a more progressive country.
AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc discussed news General Motors will layoff over 15,000 employees and what it means for the auto industry.
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