A soup kitchen, meal center, or food kitchen is a place where food is offered to
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During the Great Depression preceding the passage of the Social Security Act, "
soup kitchens" provided the only meals some unemployed Americans had.
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It was not until the Great Depression that there was resurgence in soup kitchens.
... soup kitchens became a daily part of the life of millions during the 1930s.
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During the Great Depression of the '30s, lots of people had nowhere to go and ...
After more than half a century, images of the Great Depression remain firmly ...
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In contrast to men, many women saw their status rise during the Depression.
Many people required food aid during the Great Depression, and thousands of
people ... Soup kitchens and bread lines quickly appeared in churches, missions,