Fire in the Ashes
twenty-five years among the poorest children in America
A bright shining light. Survivors ; The boy who ate a giant bag of cookies while he walked me around the neighborhood, and his very interesting mom ; Pineapple comes of age (part one) ; Pineapple in all her glory (and still bossing me around) ; A life of the mind (Jeremy, part one) ; No easy victories (Jeremy, part two) ; The killing fields ; Number our days ; Epilogue : Pineapple has a few more things to say
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Kozol follows the fortunes of people he met decades ago (and wrote about in Savage Inequalities) in a squalid Manhattan welfare hotel and in the South Bronx's Mott Haven ghetto.
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