Redefining the Meaning of Poverty. It's More Than Numbers

October, 2014


"The HOPE Doctrine on Poverty says that there are three things that define poverty and struggle more than any other set of financial numbers ever could; self-confidence, self-esteem, and belief in oneself; role models and environment; aspiration and opportunity. Or the lack of the things."

                                              John Hope Bryant, How the Poor Can Save Capitalism pg. 3


Posted by Natasha Eldridge, HOPE Senior Fellow, Office of the Chairman 

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