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La Joe In "There Are No Children Here"

Summary: In "There Are No Children Here" by Alex Kotlowitz, a key theme is that La Joe does many things and sacrifices many things for the betterment of her family.
Can it be possible for someone to have everything stacked against them, until the point of breaking, and still strive on to survive the everlasting hurdles that they are faced with daily? Well, it must be possible because La Joe did. In the novel The Are No Children Here by Alex Kotlowitz, La Joe's love for her family pushes her to strive on though she is faced with impossible obstacles. La Joe does many things and sacrifices many things for the betterment of her family. La Joe lost her welfare money. She doesn't get much sleep at night. She has to deal with disappointment all the time. La Joe looses welfare even though she did nothing wrong.

The first hurdle La Joes survived was the loss of her welfare. The reason why she was taken off was because the agency thought Paul...

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