April 3, 1991
Vol. 10, Issue 28
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Carlos Marrero does not like to think about the kinds of situations that may one day lead his peers to live in the South Bronx apartment building he has spent weeks renovating.
The stereotype of the Mexican immigrant as a single, male farmworker residing in the United States only for a brief wage-earning stint in no way reflects today's reality.
One out of every eight children, or perhaps as many as 5.5 million people under the age of 12 nationwide, experience significant shortages of food, a report by a food-advocacy group asserts.
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