Poverty in America: Jackson Hamlet, N.C.

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As part of a News and Notes occasional series on poverty, reporter Leoneda Inge talks with citizens of the impoverished Jackson Hamlet community in North Carolina about how residents are working to keep their neighborhood viable.

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