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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA: A volunteer loads food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA: A volunteer writes the number of food boxes a client gets during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA: A volunteer directs a client into a parking spot during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  A volunteer waits for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  A volunteer loads food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: A homeless person bows his head in prayer before breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: REV. DOTTIE ESCOBEDO-FRANK preaches during Saturday morning breakfast for the homeless at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: Saturday morning breakfast for the homeless at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: RALPH, a homeless man in Phoenix, bows his head in prayer during breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: RALPH, a homeless man in Phoenix, eats breakfast with his friends at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. City zoning officials have ordered the church to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: A homeless person bows his head in prayer before breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA: A volunteer writes the number of food boxes a client gets during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  A volunteer loads food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: RALPH, a homeless man in Phoenix, applauds after morning prayers during breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: RALPH, a homeless man in Phoenix, eats breakfast with his friends at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. City zoning officials have ordered the church to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: RALPH, a homeless man in Phoenix, shares breakfast with his dog Buddy during breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: Saturday morning breakfast for the homeless at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: BILL, a homeless person in Phoenix, has a bowl of cereal for breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. Bill said he's been living on the streets of Phoenix for 22 years, he said that if the church stopped serving breakfast he and his friends would always "find a dumpster somewhere." The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: CYNDI, a homeless person in Phoenix, looks for clothes to keep her warm before eating breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: CYNDI, a homeless person in Phoenix, looks for clothes to keep her warm before eating breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix. The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA: A volunteer loads food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA: A volunteer loads food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.      PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA: A volunteer directs a client into a parking spot during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers load food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  Volunteers wait for a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.        PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  A volunteer loads food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • 16 MAY 2020 - PERRY, IOWA:  A volunteer loads food into a car during a drive through Foodbank of Iowa emergency pantry at Crossroads Church in Perry. Food insecurity has skyrocketed in Iowa because of the pandemic shutdowns. The emergency pantry in Perry distributed all 200 meal boxes in less than 45 minutes. Emergency food pantry use has more than doubled in Perry since March. The Tyson pork processing plant in Perry is the community's largest employer. It had been shut down for deep cleaning because many workers in the plant tested positive for COVID-19. Since the start of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic and resulting shutdowns, nearly 300,000 Iowans, representing 20% of the eligible workforce, have applied for unemployment benefits in Iowa. Even though the Governor has reopened the Iowa economy, the number of COVID-19 infections continues to increase.       PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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  • Jan 10, 2010 - PHOENIX, AZ: BILL, a homeless person in Phoenix, has a bowl of cereal for breakfast at CrossRoads United Methodist Church in Phoenix, AZ. Bill said he's been living on the streets of Phoenix for 22 years, he said that if the church stopped serving breakfast he and his friends would always "find a dumpster somewhere." The church has been ordered by city zoning officials to stop serving breakfast to the homeless and indigent on Saturday mornings. The church started serving breakfast to the homeless in Jan. 2009 and shortly after that neighbors in the upscale area of Phoenix complained to city officials that the church was in violation of zoning ordinances. The city found the church was operating a "charity kitchen" and ordered them to stop serving the breakfast. Rev. Dottie Escobedo-Frank, the pastor of the church, has said the church will file an appeal in US District Court and continue serving the breakfast until the appeals process is exhausted. About 150 people attend the Saturday breakfast each week. Some walk to the church from the alleys they live in in the neighborhood, others are bused to the breakfast by the church, which sens a bus in 1.5 mile radius from the church.         Photo by Jack Kurtz
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  • 07 NOVEMBER 2014 - SITTWE, RAKHINE, MYANMAR: A Rohingya Muslim teenager sells betel nut at a crossroads in an IDP camp for Rohingya Muslims near Sittwe. Many Rohingya have been forced into menial jobs selling betel and fruit in the camps. After sectarian violence devastated Rohingya communities and left hundreds of Rohingya dead in 2012, the government of Myanmar forced more than 140,000 Rohingya Muslims who used to live in and around Sittwe, Myanmar, into squalid Internal Displaced Persons camps. The government says the Rohingya are not Burmese citizens, that they are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. The Bangladesh government says the Rohingya are Burmese and the Rohingya insist that they have lived in Burma for generations. The camps are about 20 minutes from Sittwe but the Rohingya who live in the camps are not allowed to leave without government permission. They are not allowed to work outside the camps, they are not allowed to go to Sittwe to use the hospital, go to school or do business. The camps have no electricity. Water is delivered through community wells. There are small schools funded by NOGs in the camps and a few private clinics but medical care is costly and not reliable.   PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ
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