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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Behind The Poverty Statistics: Real Lives, Real Pain

Behind The Poverty Statistics: Real Lives, Real Pain
Unemployment

At a food pantry in a Chicago suburb, a 38-year-old mother of two breaks into tears.
She and her husband have been out of work for nearly two years. Their house and car are gone. So is their foothold in the middle class and, at times, their self-esteem.
"It's like there is no way out," says Kris Fallon.

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