Racial Justice Toolkit

Access to Basic Needs for All

In 2015, there were 736 million people living below the international poverty line.

Everyone has the right to adequate food, water, housing, medical care, and equal treatment under the law. Too many in our society believe that poverty and failure to make ends meet must be because of personal failure. This is reflected in how poverty and malnutrition in any society is mostly preventable but rarely sees large efforts to fix the real problems behind the poverty.

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