Low-Wage America: Momma's Recycling Center

Cashier's booth at Momma's Recycling Center in South-Central Los Angeles

hide captionCashier's booth at Momma's Recycling Center in South-Central Los Angeles.

Noah Adams, NPR

NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with NPR's Noah Adams about his visit to Momma's Recycling Center, a private company in South-Central Los Angeles. Socorro "Momma" Martinez has been in business for nine years, buying bottles and cans from as many as 200 men and women each day.

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