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Most People at This Dayton Food Pantry Work | Left Behind America | FRONTLINE

Visit a food pantry that offers free groceries to Dayton residents — most of whom have jobs, but still can’t pay their bills.

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In an excerpt from “Left Behind America,” FRONTLINE and ProPublica, in partnership with WNET in New York, explore what happens when a boomtown goes bust — and how residents struggle to meet their most basic needs.

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Left Behind America

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