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…those in poverty as marginalized — and thus defend them, as they do every other marginalized group. It’s most often principled (or performative) advocating in all cases but class — which becomes heady, dispassionate wonkery.
Yet achieving equity, in a broad range of issues, costs money. Programs like Head Start certainly cost the taxpayer, but also help close racial achievement gaps …
… City, you’ve definitely heard it. It can’t, logically speaking, be true. Why can’t it be, you ask? Because resources are necessary to achieve equity, and class is an identity.