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Today on Your Call: What are the economic, social and cultural implications of hunger?
On today’s Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Lori Silverbush, co-director of A Place at the Table, a new documentary that focuses on the United States’ growing hunger epidemic. Over 50 million Americans, including one in four children, don’t have access to enough nutritious food to live a healthy and active life. What explains this hunger epidemic? And what will it take to eradicate it? It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.
Visakha Som, the program manager of the Senior Nutrition Program with Bay Area Community Services.
Lori Silverbush, a documentary filmmaker and the Co-director of the A place at the table
Take Part: America’s Hidden Hunger Crisis