Eating Around the World I object strongly to the image of the Chadian family pictured in "How the World Eats" [June 25-July 2]. While you showed other families in other parts of the world in the relative comfort of their homes and flush with food, you depicted a Chadian family in a refugee camp with meager rations. Has the whole of Africa turned into one big refugee camp, so that there isn't even one functional family that could have been pictured? The black American family pictured on the next page was cold comfort. Bukola...

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