Recession Hits Hardest for Kids Who Lose Homes
(Chicago Tribune) — On some days, Jonathan Piña said, “I get angry like this,” snapping his fingers to show the speed at which his temper flares. He would like more stylish clothes, maybe a gaming system. But more than anything, he would like his privacy back. Piña, 15, shares sleeping space in the living room of a two-bedroom apartment in Chicago with his younger sisters.