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One family, trying to keep food on the table

Denroy Stoner, Sr., kisses his wife, Winsome, after she gives him the food she cooked for him in their Bedford Stuyvesant apartment Brooklyn, NY.
Denroy Stoner, Sr., kisses his wife, Winsome, after she gives him the food she cooked for him in their Bedford Stuyvesant apartment Brooklyn, NY.John Trotter for msnbc.com

By Barbara Raab, Senior Producer, NBC News

This is from the ICYMI (in case you missed it) file. We did. But in the spirit of better late than never, we wanted to share some deeply moving work with In Plain Sight readers.

In its recent report on America's new hunger crisis, and the cuts to food stamps that took effect on November 1st, our friends at msnbc.com included a stunning slideshow in which photographer John Trotter documented the lives and challenges of one family struggling to keep food on the table.

Click here to explore the full story of Winsome Stoner, her husband and her five children.

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