Bio: Bobbi Dempsey is a freelance writer/editor for The NY Times, Parade, Quartz, Playboy and others. She is also the author of more than a dozen nonfiction books on topics ranging from real estate investing to bipolar disorder. Much of her recent work has focused on issues related to poverty and income inequality, for which she often draws upon her own personal experiences. Her latest long-form project is an ebook for Amazon’s Kindle Singles program, entitled Degrees of Desperation: The Working-Class Struggle to Pay for College.
As votes continue to get counted, Alameda County voters show strong support to fund resources for children
Residents of Alameda County have made a clear statement about the need to support both working parents and early childhood educators by allocating more resources to provide quality affordable child […]Read More
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