We're looking at new research into what happens when people move from impoverished areas for better opportunities. And we want to know from you: When have you moved for the sake of opportunity? How did it affect your life?
Sue Popkin wrote the new book, "Moving to Opportnity: The Story of an American Expeiment to Fight Ghetto Poverty." She joins us along with Lydia Grayson, who took advantage of the "Moving to Opportunity" program to get out of New York City in an effort to find a safer environment for her children.
Cynda on Facebook writes:
"In the middle of it right now, for the 2nd time in our lives. First time it worked out very well. My thought: never wait till you're out of options to choose this option. Best to take the risk, when you've still got a bit of a safety net."