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The images provide a systematic cause for poverty in the United States, revealing deficits in health care, dilapidated neighborhoods, depression, and inefficient school systems. Through the use of "witnesses" she wants this exhibit to delve beyond categories of class, income, and race, and move to the offices of policy makers who have the power to eradicate hunger in the U.S. Many of the images are broken into categories including violence, housing, drugs, education, and health.
WITNESSES TO HUNGER Makia Harper Afterimage; Jul/Aug 2009; 37, 1; Docstoc pg. 3 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further
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