Along South King Street, a line of hundreds, mostly elderly, trickles under the massive junction of Interstate 5 waiting impatiently for their numbers to be called. Hours will pass before this moment, when they may enter the Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) Food Bank to receive bags of rice, loaves of bread, and fresh vegetables. Serving nearly 5,000 clients per year, the ACRS Food Bank is unique to Seattle by providing appropriate dietary items for its predominantly Asian Pacific Islander client base.
From the project, "16 Square Blocks."
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