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Poverty Sucks

Robin Divine

These are essays on how the trauma of poverty has impacted my life and ways we can start to build an equitable society. This shit can't be fixed, Capitalism has to burn.

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  • Robin Divine

    Writer and mutual aid advocate who wants to burn down capitalism, abolish poverty and create an equitable society. If you'd prefer to support me outside of Substack, please use the "Buy Me a Coffee link" in my bio.

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