Season 2017 Episode 21 | 54m 38s
In 2012, FRONTLINE spent months following four young children as their families struggled with financial ruin. This documentary revisits the families to see what their lives are like now, offering a powerful, firsthand look at what poverty means to children.
Aired: 11/21/17 |
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The Associated Press and FRONTLINE are gathering, verifying and documenting evidence of potential war crimes in Ukraine, including attacks on hospitals, schools, residential areas and other civilian structures and sites protected under international humanitarian law. (Photo: AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)Examine
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