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Generational Effects of Poverty: Breaking Statistics

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by: Corona Jones
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Publication Date: February 16, 2015
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 51
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Color

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Book Synopsis
The stories of generational effects of poverty may seem dark and hopeless; some of the stories are filled with abuse, depression and despair. Through it all the individuals that were interviewed expressed an interest in changing their destiny.
Customer Comments
Posted: February 16, 2015
Customer comment 4 star rating
Very interesting book!
About The Author
Corona Jones is a third generation artist following in the footsteps of her grandfathers and father. During her Graduate studies at University of St. Thomas, she was exposed to a diverse range of artist such as Cy Twombly and Jackson Pollock. Corona connected with Twombly's unique style in particular and his outside the box approach led to a flood of creativity and ideas. While building on her education and artistic nature, Corona has combined her love for photography with her passion for philanthropy, Corona is the Founder of Walk In My Shoes Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides free services to single parents and individuals with disabilities.