Why Judging People for Buying Unhealthy Food Is Classist
US society is very concerned with how poor people (or people we assume are poor) spend money on food. The truth is, though, we rarely have all the facts when we judge people. This writer breaks down the classism behind these judgements and shows us how we can do better.
When the management of a block of luxury flats in London felt they had an issue with homeless people sleeping on the doorstep, their solution was apparently to install a set of spikes that were later branded “ugly, self-defeating and stupid” by Boris Johnson.