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Tom Costanza

Tom Costanza, executive director of the Office of Justice and Peace, at the Catholic Charities chapter in New Orleans, discusses the multiple challenges faced by low-income New Orleanians:...

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Tags: criminal justice, education, louisiana, policy solutions, unemployment


Jamie McBride and Felipe Cordova

Jamie McBride and Felipe Cordova live in low-income housing with their two young daughters. Felipe has struggled with alcohol and drug addiction for a decade, has lost many jobs as a result of his...

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Tags: criminal justice, hunger, new mexico, unemployment, wages


Francisco Ortega

Francesco Ortega, long-time heroin addict who grew up in extreme poverty, discusses how he finally got clean. Ortega now lives in The Castle, a transitional housing unit run by the Fortune Society in...

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Tags: criminal justice, healthcare, housing, new york state


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