In this episode, I speak with Pamela M Covington.
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Pamela is a speaker, author, and an anti-poverty advocate from Atlanta, GA. Pamela experienced first hand, deep poverty, navigating the welfare system, triumphing over adversity, and finding a way to passionately advocate for anti-poverty programs. We talk about society, stigma, and the power of getting a hand up, not a hand out. Pamela is a wonderful and compelling storyteller who wisely says ‘stories are sticky stuff’ and she is spot on! Come #ListenAndLearn.
Get her book:
A Day at the Fare: One Woman’s Welfare Passage