Picturing Class: Voices Behind the Photos

Monday, October 11, 2010

What indicates middle class? "A child with a college education and no loan debt (double income, public schools, one kid)," says a listener in Portland, Ore.

Our photo project about class in your life continues. We hear more of the photographers' stories in their own voices.

Look around you. What objects or images represent economic class most to you (middle, working, upper)?


Produced by:

Jim Colgan

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