The stories we tell ourselves about poverty and success matter. It’s difficult to change public priorities when so much of the public believes that the majority of poor people live in subsidized housing (false), receive welfare checks (false), and food stamps (false), and that poverty itself is the earned, punitive result of bad decision making. It’s harder still when economic mobility isn’t factored into projected images of what successful cities should like.. Nevertheless UPR is one of the bits of…