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Children of the Recession (Witnesses to Hunger) #945527

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 05, 2009
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) USDA figures on children at risk of hunger cited.

(Philadelphia: Seth Doane) The Witnesses to Hunger photography exhibit in Philadelphia that highlights children who don’t have enough food featured; scenes shown from the exhibit; details given of the administration’s pledge to end childhood hunger. [9-year-old De-Mire SULLIVAN†- says he cries because he is hungry.] [13-year-old Lewis ROMAN†- says he keeps his hunger to himself.] [Drexel University School of Public Health Mariana CHILTON†- comments on her idea to give cameras to lower income mothers.] [Senator Robert CASEY†- comments on the pictures.] [Mothers Imani SULLIVAN†, Marinette ROMAN†- react to their situations.]

Glor, Jeff;
Doane, Seth

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