Sally Ryan for The New York Times
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2/8/2010
Kenneth Miller, 10, play with his dog FooFoo in the apartment he shares with his mother and siblings on Milwaukee’s north side. Miller’s mother, Shakima H., has been evicted from housing in the past, but now the family lives in the upstairs apartment of a two-unit building, with Shakima’s mother on the lower level.
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