inequality Putting Global Income Inequality into Context By Ben Kieffer, Katherine Perkins & Sarah Boden • Mar 6, 2014 Irene2005 How does where someone is born affect how much money they'll earn over a lifetime? What does income inequality indicate about a country's society and basic economic health? Branko Milanovic tackles these questions as a lead economist in the World Bank's research department, where he works on the topics of income inequality and globalization. Listening Back to "The Maid Narratives" By Sarah Boden • Jan 29, 2014 LSU Press Millions of readers were captivated by the relationships between African American maids and the white families they served in the novel, "The Help." Listen back to host Charity Nebbe's conversation with the authors and some of the people featured in the book, "The Maid Narratives: Black Domestics and White Families in the Jim Crow South," which tells the true stories of people who lived that reality.