Photographs That Capture The Reality Of Millions Of Americans Living In Extreme Poverty (15 pics)


And ……Obama is pushing for 110,000 refugees to enter the U.S. early next year. Sure, let them come we have plenty of room. This country is a disgrace to its own people. Some of these people were veterans…..some have a Masters Degree……

Finding Truth In an Illusory World

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Danish Joakim Eskildsen photographer spent about 7 months working on this project. He spent all this time with poor people from different cities in America documenting their everyday life.

Terry Fitzpatrick (pictured) lives with his girlfriend in a tent near a shopping plaza in Athens, Georgia to get his ‘peace and quiet’ away from other homeless people in the city. He considers himself a ‘city camper’ instead and hoped to move forward with his life after his mother’s death

Kate Three Legs left the abusive father of her children to live with her mom, sister and their kids. She was getting a pregnancy check up when the family’s trailer burnt down, destroying everything they owned. The Federal Emergency Management Agency sells condemned trailers to Native Americans to solve the housing shortage

Darlene Rosas, who was trained as a nurse, could no longer work after she was injured and disabled…

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2 thoughts on “Photographs That Capture The Reality Of Millions Of Americans Living In Extreme Poverty (15 pics)”

  1. One out of every two people in the good ol’ US of A are in poverty. No worries. Obama is working out a solution. He’s making it illegal to be homeless. He’s having them picked up and shipped off to their nearest friendly F.E.M.A camp. Be sure to look for the F.E.M.A. camp nearest you. They may just be running a special this week: ox tail soup, one per serving, staring up at ya from the bottom of the bowl. Try it. It’s guaranteed to be low fat. Yum!

    Bill Ernstberger

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