You and Me against the World: Black and White Young Single Mothers in London
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Much of what I learned through my research cannot be expressed in this paper. The experiences that I had with the women I interviewed were invaluable, as I was exposed to the likes of people who seldom are given much attention. The mishaps and adventures of doing research abroad was one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences that I have had during my undergraduate career. I hope that this paper is not the end of a project. but rather a beginning for me. Throughout me research. I became convinced that the data I was collecting could one day be used to begin programs and design policies to alleviate the poverty that all young single mothers who are welfare-dependent face. This exeperience has forced me to rethink my priorities and I have become further committed to taking action against social problems on a community level. It is my hope that others will be able to use the material from this paper and apply it to the correcting of the vast social inequalities and discriminatory practices that exist in the modern world, where ever one may be.