Trailer for the new 1500 Stories podcast
Racism and poverty are also an inescapable part of the story of rural life in the U.S.
The stories of Black and Latinx 1500 Stories respondents who grew up doing farm work aren’t stories about family farms.
The realities of rural life turn out to be a lot more complex than our stereotypes.
The first episode in a four part mini-series exploring the myths and realities of farm work in the United States
Many Americancs question whether the middle class even exists anymore.
Middle-classness isn’t just a matter of not being poor or not being rich financially; it is about being seen as a certain type of person.
First full episode of the 1500 Stories podcast!
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