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Mother Of Navy Yard Gunman, Says ‘My Heart Is Broken’ In Statement
The mother of Aaron Alexis, the man apparently responsible for killing 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard, said that her “heart is broken” in an apology released Wednesday. Cathleen Alexis, speaking from her home in Brooklyn, New York, lamented that she could not explain...
Michelle Obama Urges Companies To Stop Advertising Unhealthy Foods To Kids
While delivering her opening remarks at the Food Marketing Summit held at the White House, Michelle Obama said she wants food makers and entertainment companies to do better. She urged them to focus more on promoting healthier options for kids instead of advertising sweet and...
White South African Family Moves to Slums to Experience Poverty, Sparks Controversy
by Britni Danielle 1 year ago
It seems like everyone and their mama wants to walk a mile in poor people’s shoes. From Panera Bread CEO Ron Shaich’s commitment to live on $4.50 a day to highlight food insecurity, to Cory Booker’s Food Stamp challenge, many are using their notoriety to draw attention to larger issues. But what about those who are just curious to see what poverty feels like?