Habitat for Humanity's 'Slum Park' The non-profit housing group "Habitat for Humanity" recently opened an unusual attraction at its home base in Americus, Ga. It's a model of a Third World slum -- an attempt to give visitors some idea of how the world's poorest people live. Susanna Capelouto of Georgia Public Radio reports.
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Habitat for Humanity's 'Slum Park'

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Habitat for Humanity's 'Slum Park'

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The non-profit housing group "Habitat for Humanity" recently opened an unusual attraction at its home base in Americus, Ga. It's a model of a Third World slum — an attempt to give visitors some idea of how the world's poorest people live. Susanna Capelouto of Georgia Public Radio reports.