The poor need not always be with us

Sithole, Abel (2010-04)


Society becomes easily inured to poverty. Some may say that this is partly owing to a Biblical apologetic that the poor we will always have with us. Or it may be that, while the more affluent are aware that poverty exists, it is so multilayered and complex – and so physically distant – that it is difficult to grasp fully.

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