Few professions are more grueling, dangerous and revealing than digging through trash. As work that is completely dependent upon the refuse of others, it is a window, of sorts, into a country’s economic soul.
In Karl Morand and I recently filed a report with Free Speech Radio News about how the country’s economic downturn has affected its most impoverished. Dubbed Jordan’s invisible recyclers by one activist, these men feel the stress of a depressed economy and refugee crisis in a unique way. Listen to our story and check out our a photo essay here.