For the newly food insecure, help that preserves dignity
Odessa Davis is used to helping families as a public school teacher and summer camp director in Maryland’s Montgomery County. But when the pandemic forced camps to close, she realized her own family was in need. Ms. Davis is one of many Americans who struggled to put food on the table for the first time during the past year, raising the question: how do we effectively combat hunger and support those newly in need? Guests: Odessa Davis, Hilary Salmon and Radha Muthiah of Capital Area Food Bank, Alex Moore of DC Central Kitchen, and food insecurity expert Caitlin Caspi. Hosted by Ibrahim Onafeko.
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