Hunger in America is not only counter intuitive but it continues to confound, baffle and upset. Thought hunger was rural? In inner cities alone? 

“Tucked away in a discreet office at Brooklyn College’s Student Center, beyond the pool tables and wide-screen TVs where her classmates congregate, Rebecca Harmata discovered a lifeline.

A psychology major who works in a doctor’s office to pay for her education, Ms. Harmata describes a break-even, paycheck-to-paycheck existence, with little left over for luxuries — or even for food…” 

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