PBS NewsHour: CARE packages helped Europeans during the War. Today, they are helping Americans
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CARE packages, a box of army surplus rations Americans could buy and ship to the millions of needy and displaced Europeans during the Second World War, are, for the first time in CARE’s history, being used to help Americans, many of whom are food insecure during the pandemic. Mike Cerre reports on the humanitarian effort as part of our ongoing ‘Chasing The Dream’ series.