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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 8815 Dependent

Instructions and Help about Will Form 8815 Dependent

And all this time, I thought the world was round. The world is not round; it has edges we can fall from and faces staring in entirely different directions. I thought the world was huge, but it is not. It's in our hands; we can hold it, change it, turn it, shake it. We can solve it, but not by sheer luck or chance. You must be talking. Each year, I teach a large class on global poverty at the University of California Berkeley. As is befitting a great public university, the students represent a diversity of social class, advantage, and privilege. Some are first-generation students, some are the sons and daughters of the working classes of Gerber, California. Others come from the fortresses of wealth, yet others belong to that newly precarious social group, the American middle class. The students also represent a diversity of political opinion. While they all want to enact social justice and be a participant in social change, they have quite different understandings of what this may mean. For some, the quest is for social and economic equality. For some, it is compassionate capitalism. For some, it is quite simply doing good. While students also have one more thing in common, they tend to think about global poverty as something that exists elsewhere, in the global South, in the third world. Not here, not in the United States of America. One afternoon last year, I listened to a group of my students discuss welfare and poverty in America. It was an informal discussion, and opinions flowed freely. A student noted that she was as concerned about the behavior of the poor as she was about income inequality. As a student from a low-income family, she worked multiple jobs, one of which was at a grocery...