While working as a social worker in New Haven, Conn., Joanne Goldblum had an alarming realization.
"I guess I'm a little bit singled-minded," she said. "And I just got a little bit crazy about this idea that diapers are really a basic need. And somehow in our society we've turned them into a luxury that certain people can't afford."
Not only are diapers an expensive necessity, people on government assistance can't use that help to buy them.
"I was really horrified to hear that food stamps...Full Story