What Struggling To Buy Diapers Means For Low-Income Families05:16
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This Sept. 9, 2016 photo shows boxes of donated diapers stacked in a warehouse in North Haven, Conn. The National Diaper Bank Network, which operates the warehouse, distributes the diapers to agencies and community-based organizations like churches, which in turn provide them to families in need. (Beth J. Harpaz/AP)
This Sept. 9, 2016 photo shows boxes of donated diapers stacked in a warehouse in North Haven, Conn. The National Diaper Bank Network, which operates the warehouse, distributes the diapers to agencies and community-based organizations like churches, which in turn provide them to families in need. (Beth J. Harpaz/AP)
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One in three American families struggles to afford diapers, according to a survey by the National Diaper Bank Network and Huggies.

National Diaper Bank Network CEO Joanne Goldblum (@jgoldblum) joins Here & Now's Lisa Mullins to describe why the problem exists, and how diapers play a key role in holding a job.

This segment aired on April 19, 2018.

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