These story banks are collections of video or written personal accounts of low-income people. Made for public use, these stories can be used as a tool and resource for advocates and policymakers to get first hand accounts of how policies and programs, or the lack of them, are experienced by individuals and families. Organizations with differing perspectives are developing story banks on a wide range of topics.
We encourage you to submit other links to websites that provide personal stories of poverty and opportunity. To submit your suggestion, e-mail Tamanna Mansury