Turning Maslow’s Hierarchy on Its Head

This is a fantastic inversion, Patrice! I’ve often heard the lament that folks living in poverty spend money on ringtones or televisions or nice clothes or fancy cars. But I can easily imagine those things being even more important when much of daily life is worrisome, stressful, difficult, etc. and the dominant cultural measure of worth, money, puts you on the bottom.

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