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About "Hunger in Alameda"

The 5,000 people who rely on Alameda Food Bank for five days' worth of meals each month fit an ever-expanding profile. They are fixed-income seniors, the underemployed, newly laid off, long- and short-term homeless, parents and children. The working poor are the fastest growing clientele at the food bank, whose client roster has doubled over the last two years.

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As part of the Knight Digital Media Center's May 15-20 2011 Multimedia Training workshop.

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