Rachel and Her Children, by Jonathan Kozol
young man named Tom Styron. He doesnt eat the apple. By December 22, two nights after I arrive in New York City, I have met about a dozen families living in the Martinique. For a forty-hour week, our pay at The Maids would amount to 266, or 43 above the poverty level. It would be enough if it were one of three meals to be eaten in one day.
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If it does this to a visitor, what does it do to those for whom this chancery is home? Many, however, cannot read. To read and remember the stories in this book, to take them to heart, is to be called as a witness. The attendance remains unobtrusive. The New Yorker, jonathan Kozol is one of Americas most forceful and eloquent observers of the intersection of race, poverty, and education. After fifty or sixty nights within this building, I have tried but cannot make a floor plan of the place. The walls and columns of Italian marble give to this room a richness which is completed by Pompeiian panels of unquestioned merit.
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