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Interview: Bestselling author Stephanie Land on being a maid and the American dream

Her house cleaning job kept her out of a homeless shelter. Then, she became a bestselling author... Stephanie Land tells Brut about the reality of American poverty — from her own experience.

10/29/2020 6:58 PM

11 comments

  • Kim W.
    10/31/2020 12:54

    we should read this!!

  • Snezana K.
    10/30/2020 14:02

  • Farida M.
    10/30/2020 09:00

    Your story reminds me of my own times. A d am still struggling to keep myself out of debt. But you inspire and of all things I love myself is the greatest mantra that counted heavily.

  • Aileen S.
    10/30/2020 06:36

    Your story is so amazing and inspirational.

  • Jay B.
    10/29/2020 23:49

    Pick a better baby daddy.

  • Jeff P.
    10/29/2020 23:08

    We are all economic slaves to a pay to play system. America is sham economy.

  • Nya C.
    10/29/2020 22:41

    Work hard and you will forever be working hard to make someone else rich

  • Lauren S.
    10/29/2020 22:21

    Thank you for sharing your story some people always think negative about others they tell you whatever they want to l know that feeling stay true to yourself

  • Saria K.
    10/29/2020 21:08

    Hi friend, how are you doing, I will love to be your friend if you don't mind, and I don't want to be rude by sending you a friend request without your permission can I get request from you if you Don't mind? I'm looking forward to hear from you thank you

  • Mahoro G.
    10/29/2020 20:03

    Am very poor girl, looking for a astable either cleaning, janitor, house keeping or any as long as am earning money please some help and consider mi please thanks Am from Uganda

  • Charity A.
    10/29/2020 19:14

    Fortunate is he who has everything in the world but remains as humble as ever, bearing in mind that he has to leave it all behind.