‘NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE’ COVER FOR SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2020 – TEXAS FOOD BANK LINEUP

<ABOVE – Long lines at food banks like this one last month, in a Texas parking lot, have become a symbol of the desperation felt by so many families in the pandemic. Today, as more than 38-million Americans have lost their jobs, the lines of hungry people keep gathering – a spiraling crisis with no end in sight. – New York Times Magazine, May 31/2020>

One thought on “‘NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE’ COVER FOR SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2020 – TEXAS FOOD BANK LINEUP

  1. In the Depression the lines at soup kitchens were people on foot. Here, everyone owns a car and can afford the gas to drive to the foodbank.

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