On a Wednesday night in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood, Warren Wilson is eating a Twinkie.
Wilson says when he has the means to, he tries to eat “less meat, less processed foods, more organic foods.” He prefers what he calls “living foods: fruits, vegetables, things that come from the ground.” But lately, his budget hasn’t made that possible.
An educator with a two college degrees, Wilson has spent the last six years unsuccessfully looking for full-time work. In the past month, his situation has become especially dire. Read more