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Homeless, Hungry and Hurting

Why don't we do more in the US to help those who cannot help themselves? Vote for this gallery to give these photos, and this problem, wider circulation.

Some people believe that photography of persons suffering is exploitive. Here is a general response to that kind of criticism by Mr. Natchway, a prominent war correspondent. Mr Natchway's images evoke a sympathy that distinguishes his work from many of his colleagues. He acknowledges that recording grief, injury, death and distress is potentially a form of exploitation, but he makes it clear that the alternative -- allowing man-made misery to remain invisible beyond the reach of those whose consciences should be shocked by it -- is worse. (from FILM REVIEW; Witnessing the Witness: Looking Over a Shoulder at War's Deprivation By A. O. SCOTT, NY TIMES, June 19, 2002.)
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Balance Budget on backs of the poor.jpg
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Eight Hundred Thousand.jpg
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