Losing Ground, Part 2: Single parenthood contributes to disparity

Angel Castro, 28, a single mother with two children unloads groceries at their Englewood apartment. She said she feeds the family on about $500 a month. Single parenthood is a bigger indicator of poverty than race, according to six decades of U.S. Census  Photo by
Angel Castro, 28, a single mother with two children unloads groceries at their Englewood apartment. She said she feeds the family on about $500 a month. Single parenthood is a bigger indicator of poverty than race, according to six decades of U.S. Census Photo by
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