Oct 3, 2011
All over the city at the side entrances of churches, kids aged 6 to 18 come in for a free hot meal. No surprise when statistics show that in 2010, one out of four people and more than one out of every three children in Baltimore are living in poverty. And the same is true in three-fourths of the 100 largest cities.
This is the toll of the current recession and job losses. The lack of social struggles has let the balance of power shift even more to the wealthy.