When teens resort to crime so they can eat: New studies on food insecurity and school lunch programs
In Los Angeles, a young man talked about selling drugs for cash because his family needed the money. In Portland, where stealing from local grocery stores is normal behavior for some school-age locals, a young woman explained the benefits of failing school — you repeat a grade — or being locked up in jail. Across...
By Mark Keierleber | September 23, 2016