z-library z-lib project

Must-Read Books On Economic Privilege

2 mins read
Photo by Unseen Histories on Unsplash

This article showcases our top picks for books on economic privilege. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Deficit Myth by Stephanie Kelton

This product was recommended by Jeff Neal from The Critter Depot

The Deficit Myth by Stephanie Kelton is a book that addresses economic privilege. It goes into detail about Modern Monetary Theory, and how the governments are able to spend their way out of social problems to prevent unemployment and poverty.

Privilege Lost by Jessi Streib

This product was recommended by Ethan Taub from Loanry

This book is absolutely a delight to read. It helps you to understand social mobility and how it plays out in the work every day. This book should be shared with both parents and children, to help calm fears for parents that there is a way to share resources with children and do better. If you see yourself as a professional, you will do better in life as you have the mindset of someone within that higher class platform. The entire subject is fascinating.

In The Nick Of Time by Deedee Cummings

This product was recommended by Deedee Cummings from Cummings Consulting

In the Nick of Time is a timely holiday tale about privilege, compassion, and hope. Nick Saint never really put a lot of thought into his nameuntil one snowy day in December when he accidentally receives a letter meantfor Saint Nick. Realizing there is not much time left until Christmas, Nickopens the letter. The unexpected message inside ultimately leads him on ajourney of understanding poverty, gratitude, and service to others whilediscovering the real meaning of the holiday spirit.From Kirkus Reviews: Nick’s transformation from a child concerned with materialthings to a kid who wants to help others rings true…. Mosley’s texturedcartoon illustrations, which feature painterly backgrounds, ground the story beautifully…. This engaging holiday tale gives children—like the protagonist—achance to investigate their own privilege.

Black Privilege by Cassi Pittman Claytor

This product was recommended by Melanie Haynes from Bumble Virtual Solutions

This is a must-read for those interested in diving into the topic of socio-economically privileged Blacks and how this economically advantaged group experiences privilege, having credentials that grant them access to elite spaces and resources with which they can purchase luxuries, while still confronting persistent anti-black bias and racial stigma.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

Best Eco-Friendly Home Brands

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay
Next Story

20 Best Books On Empowerment for Women

Latest from Content

Don't Miss