"Ninety Feet Under - What poverty does to people" was featured on SUNY Brockport's website as a top-ten summer must-read! Click below to check it out:

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NINETY FEET UNDER, WHAT POVERTY DOES TO PEOPLE:

Explores and Highlights:

- The Strangling Basics of Poverty

- How Experience Affects Our Bodies

- Cortisol, Stress and Neural Damage

- How Poverty Shapes Neural Connections

- Impaired Executive Functions

- Poverty Enters the Classroom

- Rules of Exclusion & Discourse Registers

- Mathematics of Shame & Youth of Poverty Speak Out

- Attachment, Infants and Neurons

- Intervention Techniques for Educators & Mentors  

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