Flashback: The Southern photographs that inspired the Food Stamp Act

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2018/06/28 11:07:18 (permalink)

Flashback: The Southern photographs that inspired the Food Stamp Act

http://www.atlantamagazine.com/news-culture-articles/flashback-southern-photographs-inspired-food-stamp-act/
 
 
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    Re: Flashback: The Southern photographs that inspired the Food Stamp Act 2018/06/28 11:50:14 (permalink)
    Today, we'd put a negative spin on it, call them lazy,and do nothing. Luckily for them it was a saner time!!
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    Re: Flashback: The Southern photographs that inspired the Food Stamp Act 2018/06/28 12:20:28 (permalink)
    Don't forget to label it "fake news", too.
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    Re: Flashback: The Southern photographs that inspired the Food Stamp Act 2018/06/28 14:10:28 (permalink)
    There are thousands of Americans who would starve to death without food stamps.
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    Re: Flashback: The Southern photographs that inspired the Food Stamp Act 2018/06/28 17:23:13 (permalink)
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    There are thousands of Americans who would starve to death without food stamps.



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    Re: Flashback: The Southern photographs that inspired the Food Stamp Act 2018/06/30 20:30:44 (permalink)
    After reading the article I tried to find out more about Al Clayton; specifically, the equipment and techniques he used for Still Hungry in America.
     
    What I found is that he was certainly no one-hit wonder:
     
    http://likethedew.com/201...lord-comes-al-clayton/
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