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America's Homeless Children - 09 Mar 2012
America's Homeless Children - 09 Mar 2012
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 1 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, cries...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Benita Guzman cries as she stands in a campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 1 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, cries as she stands in the campground she has been staying with her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, and their children, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 2 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Richard Guzman, 20, stands...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Richard Guzman stands by the tents in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 2 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Richard Guzman, 20, stands by the tents where he has been staying with his mother and aunt, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 3 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes cleans up the campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 3 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, cleans up in the campground where she has been staying with her aunt Benita Guzman, 40, and their children, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 4 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes packs up tents in the campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 4 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, packs up tents in the campground where she has been staying with her aunt Benita Guzman, 40, and their children, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Twelve-year-old Melinda...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Melinda Guzman's Therapeutic Behavioral Services certificate is seen on the ground of the campground...
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 5 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Twelve-year-old Melinda Guzman's Therapeutic Behavioral Services certificate is seen on the ground of the campground where she has been living with her mother and aunt, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Richard Guzman, 20, lies...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Richard Guzman lies on piles of clothes and blankets in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 6 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Richard Guzman, 20, lies on piles of clothes and blankets after packing up tents at the campsite he has been staying with his mother and aunt, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes cleans her nails in the campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 7 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, cleans her nails in the campground where she has been staying with her aunt Benita Guzman, 40, and their children, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes holds her head as she stands in the campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 8 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, holds her head as she stands in the campground she has been staying with her aunt Benita Guzman, 40, and their children, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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A child's picture of star...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
A child's picture of star constellations is seen on the ground of the campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 9 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
A child's picture of star constellations is seen on the ground of the campground where Angelica Cervantes, 36, her aunt Benita Guzman, 40, and their children have been staying, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes sits in the campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 10 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, sits after packing up tents at the campsite she has been staying with her aunt Benita Guzman, 40, and their children, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Melinda Guzman, 12, (R)...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Melinda Guzman and Alma Cervantes play in the campground in Santa Paula
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 11 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Melinda Guzman, 12, (R) and Alma Cervantes, 4 play in the campground where they have been staying in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 12 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
SANTA PAULA, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes sits in the campground in Santa Paula
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Angelica Cervantes, 36, sits on a rock in the campground where she has been staying with her aunt Benita Guzman, 40, and their children, in Santa Paula, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Benita Guzman, 40, puts...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Benita Guzman puts possessions in a storage locker in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 13 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, puts possessions in a storage locker in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 14 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, washes...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Benita Guzman washes her hair in the sink of a public restroom in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 14 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, washes her hair in the sink of a public restroom after dropping her children at school in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 15 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
The feet of Benita Guzman,...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
The feet of Benita Guzman are pictured as she eats breakfast after dropping her children at school in...
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 15 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
The feet of Benita Guzman, 40, are pictured as she eats breakfast after dropping her children at school in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Benita Guzman, 40, (R)...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Benita Guzman and her niece eat breakfast in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 16 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, (R) and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, eat breakfast after dropping their children at school in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes checks into a motel in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 17 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, checks into a motel in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 18 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, takes...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Benita Guzman takes her belongings into a motel in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 18 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, takes her belongings into a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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(L-R) Melinda Guzman,...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Melinda Guzman, Tomas Cervantes and Preciosa Cervantes play in a motel room in Port Hueneme
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(L-R) Melinda Guzman, 12, Tomas Cervantes, 6, and Preciosa Cervantes, 8, play in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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(R-L) Angelica Cervantes,...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes and her family watch television in a motel room in Port Hueneme
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(R-L) Angelica Cervantes, 36, her daughter Veronica Cervantes, 9, her son Tomas Cervantes, 6, her daughter Preciosa Cervantes, 8, and her aunt's daughter Melinda Guzman, 12, watch television in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Preciosa Guzman, 8, (R)...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Preciosa Guzman tries to reach a box of snacks in a motel room in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 21 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Preciosa Guzman, 8, (R) tries to reach a box of snacks as she waits for dinner in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes and her son Tomas Cervantes sit in a motel room in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 22 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, (R) and her son Tomas Cervantes, 6, sit in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Francisco Gona, 15, (L)...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Francisco Gona does his homework as his brother Tomas Cervantes lies in bed in a motel room in Port Hueneme...
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 23 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Francisco Gona, 15, (L) does his homework as his brother Tomas Cervantes, 6, lies in bed in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Preciosa Guzman, 8, takes...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Preciosa Guzman takes a shower in a motel room in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 24 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Preciosa Guzman, 8, takes a shower in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Melinda Guzman, 12, sits...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Melinda Guzman sits in the corner of in a motel room in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 25 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Melinda Guzman, 12, sits in the corner of in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Tomas Cervantes, 6, (2nd...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
The Cervantes family in a motel room in Port Hueneme
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Tomas Cervantes, 6, (2nd R) eats chicken as he sits with his mother Angelica Cervantes, 36, (R), and his sisters (L-R) Alma Cervantes, 4, Preciosa Cervantes, 9, and Veronica Cervantes, 9 in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Cervantes, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
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Angelica Cervantes, 36,...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes llies on the bed in a motel room with her daughter in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 27 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes, 36, (L) lies on the bed in a motel room with her daughter Veronica Cervantes, 9, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her neice Cervantes are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 28 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Melinda Guzman, 12, lies...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Melinda Guzman lies in the corner of in a motel room in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 28 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Melinda Guzman, 12, lies in the corner of a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 29 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Tomas Cervantes, 6, lies...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Tomas Cervantes lies on a bed in a motel room in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 29 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Tomas Cervantes, 6, lies on a bed in a motel room, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 29 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 30 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Angelica Cervantes' children...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Angelica Cervantes' children sleep in a motel room in Port Hueneme
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Angelica Cervantes' children (L-R) Alma Cervantes, 4, Preciosa Cervantes, 9, and Veronica Cervantes, 9, sleep in a motel room in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her neice Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 31 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Benita Guzman, 40, (L)...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Benita Guzman drops her niece's children at school in Port Hueneme
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Benita Guzman, 40, (L) drops her niece Angelica Cervantes' children at school (L-R) Alma Cervantes, 4, Tomas Cervantes, 6, and Veronica Cervantes, 9, in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Guzman and Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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March 09, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 32 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Melinda Guzman, 12, walks...
Port Hueneme, UNITED STATES
Melinda Guzman walks into her school in Port Hueneme
ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 32 OF 32 FOR PACKAGE ?AMERICA?S HOMELESS CHILDREN'
Melinda Guzman, 12, walks into her school in Port Hueneme, some 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, California February 28, 2012. Benita Guzman, 40, and her niece Angelica Cervantes, 36, are homeless but stick together in an effort to keep their children together as a family, and not taken away and separated in foster homes. After three weeks of sleeping at a campsite, the family could no longer afford a rental van to ferry the kids to school and had to find a cheap motel room for the night, so the children could walk to school. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
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