Deborah Burris-Kitchen is a Teacher, Educator, Social Activist and Author. She is currently a Professor of Criminology and Department Chair at the Tennessee State University in Nashville. She has served as President of the Association of Humanist Sociology. She has also been a member of the American Society of Criminology and the American Sociological Association, and an activist who fights against violence, racism, exploitation, greed, and capitalism. In this episode she shares her story about writing her latest book – EXPOSED – Time to Put an End to Social Injustice & Inequality.
19 March, 2023 at 11:08 am
This is such a challenging debate. Wealthy people do not appear to believe in equality and equity of economic outcome for all.
What poorer people deem to be a fairer share bears no correlation to what wealthy people deem to be fair.
There is a sense of entitlement, and not recognising that each person on this earth has the same value.