In booming economies, food banks are busier than ever

Income inequality: Hunger down the block from wealth
Robbie Rodriguez works two jobs and makes a decent living. He also uses a food bank to help feed his family. He’s a special education teacher at a public school in Los Altos, California, during the day, and works nights and weekends as a data analyst. He takes home roughly $2,500-$2,700 a month.

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