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'We are America's Safety Net' - Families to Washington

New America Media, Video, Mike Siv Posted: Feb 20, 2009

Editors Note: For 18 months families all over the country have been meeting in town halls to talk about rebuilding the American safety net for low-income Americans. On Feb. 11, they came together in Washington, D.C., to present their blueprint for change, the culmination of the Marguerite Casey Foundations Equal Voice for Americas Families campaign. As ordinary Americans took their issues to Congress NAM videographer Mike Siv went along with them. NAM's coverage of this issue is underwritten by the Marguerite Casey Foundation.


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