What is poverty? What is inequality? How are they connected? Why should we try?

This book asks readers to pose questions in different ways, and in so doing, to see themselves as part of problems and potential solutions.

This is a book about how seeing poverty entails confronting inequality. It is about how acknowledging poverty and inequality leads to uncomfortable revelations about our society and ourselves.

And it is about how once we see, we cannot, must not, unsee.