Album [XI]: Recessão

Reportagem da Associated Press sobre a crise nos EUA desde 2008.

 " Kate Cramer-Herbst cleans out a vegetable box in Detroit, April 10, 2010. Detroit, which revolutionized manufacturing with its auto assembly lines, could once again be a model for the world as residents transform vacant, often-blighted land into a source of fresh food. No city seems to have as much potential for urban farming as Detroit, where land is cheap, empty lots are plentiful, and residents are desperate for jobs. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)"

"In this photo taken Thursday April 22, 2010, Bonnie the cow is milked by Erik Ramfjord, at the Douglas Ranch in Paicines, Calif., Ramfjord is a member of World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms, a group with 9,000 members commonly known by a variation of their acronym, woofers. It's kind of an Outward Bound for agriculture, the new millennium version of the traveling hobo willing to work for a meal. (AP Photo/Tracie Cone)"

"Shelves are stocked at the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf in Burlington, Vt., Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. Around Vermont, demand is up at food shelves as Vermonters lose jobs, try to make ends meet on unemployment and struggle with heating, food and fuel costs. Many charities say they have been able to meet the demand with donations from food drives at businesses, church groups and schools, but wonder if they'll raise enough during the upcoming holiday season. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)"

"In this Jan. 28, 2009, file photo after an overnight snowfall, Neil Floyd starts a fire to keep warm outside his tent in the small tent city, where he lives with other homeless people in Camden, N.J. More than 37 million Americans live in poverty, and the vast majority of them are in line for extra help under the giant economic stimulus package coming out of Congress. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, file)"


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