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Poverty Close to Home

When people think of poverty they think of Africa or some far off nation but we have poverty everywhere in United States. We have it here in our city of St. Cloud. We need to stop viewing poverty as something distant and start making a change.
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Tara Condon

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Poverty Close to Home

Child Poverty: for children under age 6 living in families with a female householder and no husband present: 54.8 percent # Poverty rate for African Americans: 26.1 percent Poverty rate for Asians and Pacific Islanders: 12.5 percent Poverty rate for Hispanics of any race: 25.6 percent Poverty rate for non-Hispanic whites: 8.2 percent Proportion of Americans living below the poverty level: 12.7 percent (34.5 million people) Percentage and number of poor children: 18.9 percent (13.5 million) LETS MAKE A CHANGE POVERTY information found at: http://www.soundvision.com CLOSE TO HOME
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