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Geography of Poverty: Ask Trymaine Lee your questions

Ask reporter Trymaine Lee your questions about Geography of Poverty in a Twitter chat at 3pm ET today. Use hashtag #GeographyofPoverty
Geography of Poverty: A journey through forgotten America (Photo by Matt Black/Magnum for MSNBC)
Kayenta, Navajo County, Arizona, Kayenta's population is 5,189 and 51.9% live below the poverty level. The nearby Kayenta mine is owned by Peabody Western Coal Company. In 2013, the mine sold 7.9 million tons of coal.

Today, msnbc launched the first chapter of The Geography of Poverty, where reporter Trymaine Lee and photographer Matt Black are traveling across the nation to paint a portrait of poverty in America. You can check out the first chapter in the series, focusing on America's Southwest, here. 

And now, Trymaine Lee is taking your questions about Geography of Poverty. What do you want to know about poverty n America? Tweet your questions to @trymainelee with hashtag #GeographyOfPoverty, and Trymaine will answer your questions at 3pm.

Follow along with the discussion here at 3pm!