The number of Americans facing uncertainty as to their ability to adequately feed themselves and their families is now at over 36.2 million people, and rising, according to a 2007 US Department of Agriculture report. Joel Berg, current director of New York City's Coalition of Hunger, is here to discuss his book, All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America? (Seven Stories Press), as part of an area visit that also includes speaking at the Food Line Agency Conference in Shoreline. A lifelong hunger activist, Joel Berg not only documents the reality of the US hunger crisis, but also presents a blueprint to end child hunger here by 2015 as a starting point in ending domestic hunger. Find out how to join this national effort and join the national conversation about hunger. (KingRat)
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