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Rachel of Jonathan Kozol's book, "Rachel and Her Children: Homeless Families in America," lives in a rundown hotel with her four children. According to Kozol, homeless people are considered untouchables. Rachel wonders how can people raise money for starving people in South Africa when she contends, "We are the World," but people don't want to help the homeless right here in the states.
The people living at the Martinique feel as though they are a toxic waste substance being compressed in the density living quarters, explains Jonathan Kozol. Rachel of Kozol's book, "Rachel and Her Children: Homeless Families in America" said people don't want to see them. Refering to the song, "We are the World, " Rachel also asks how come people care so much for people they can't see? "We are the world, " says Rachel. "We live here, too".