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As it turns out, there were many others who identified with the services and needs that Senior Helpers filled.
Senior Helpers began building a reputation for itself as a professional organization with a dedicated staff of caregivers.
These “imbeciles,” as they were called, were defective and needed to be eliminated. Goddard, a Haverford College graduate who taught in West Chester, then moved to Vineland, N.
American doctors sterilized as many as 100,000 people considered white trash in the early 20 century, Wray said. J., where he ran the New Jersey Training School for Feeble-Minded Girls and Boys. During the Nuremburg trials, to hold the Nazis accountable for World War II atrocities, defenders of the Germans said their ideas for creating a master race derived from the U. sterilization programs and American aversion to so-called white trash, Wray said.
Critiquing a Japanese restaurant, June Chu wrote, “If you are white trash, this is the perfect night out for you! and perfect for those low class folks who believe this is a real night out.” is potent enough to wound.
“I’ve heard people call me 'white trash' since I was young — always other white people, and it’s so hurtful,” said Nancy Horton, 63, a retired security guard, who lives on 0 a week in a trailer park on Route 322 in Honey Brook, Chester County.
Senior Helpers was founded by Tony Bonacuse with the help of Peter Ross after their firsthand experience in caring for their respective family members.
While whites throw around the term often enough, “usually up here, I hear it used more by black people,” Pushaw said. The term originated in the 1820s in the Baltimore-Washington area, where it was uttered by free blacks as an aspersion against poor whites, he said.
“We understand barriers to black advancement in America,” said Matt Wray, Temple University sociologist and author of .
“We don’t understand barriers to white advancement.” That’s why even liberals believe that they can use the term with impunity: Poor whites have only themselves to blame for not making it.
With the success of the Senior Helpers system on both coasts came increasing demand.
Tony and Peter began to look into franchising as an option to bring Senior Helpers to the next level.