A WITNESS TO HUNGER: Woman turns cameras on American hunger
As she stands with her son Demire in the kitchen of their home in Philadelphia. Imani Sullivan, 29, talks about her frustration over trying to care for her two children with her $111.20 janitor's pay. Sullivan was a participant of the 'Witness To Hunger' photo exhibit in Philadelphia, Pa. Mariana Chilton, who for years directed statistical studies about hunger and food insecurity _ without hearing the stories of the people that bore the statistics, doled out digital cameras to inner-city mothers and made them the chroniclers of a plight too often ignore. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)


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