Why Chris Arnade Quit His High-Paying Wall Street Job to Photograph Extreme Poverty and Addiction

Chris Arnade was a trader on Wall Street for 20 years. He had a secure spot on a foreign exchange desk at one of the biggest financial institutions in the world. Yet after two decades on Wall Street he quit his job and began spending much of his time in an area of the South Bronx where the average household income is just $16,000 per year.    

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