Sheryl WuDunn

co-author of “Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope”

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Sheryl WuDunn on KCRW

The town of Yamhill, Oregon used to launch a family into the middle class. Now many residents have died from alcoholism, drug abuse, and obesity.

‘Tightrope’ looks at how America failed the working class

The town of Yamhill, Oregon used to launch a family into the middle class. Now many residents have died from alcoholism, drug abuse, and obesity.

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