Hunger Hits Home

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We’re the richest country in the world, yet we can’t feed our own children. We should be ashamed.

This Saturday night, the Food Network will premiere a first-of-its-kind documentary on childhood hunger in America.

The documentary, Hunger Hits Home, narrated by Jeff Bridges, tells the story of three American families facing hunger, and takes a close-up look at the impact hunger has on a child. The documentary also provides a potent and urgent call to action — something everyone can do to make a difference.

I’m proud to be a part of this documentary, along with Share our Strength’s ‘No Kid Hungry’ campaign, to bring attention to what is a defining issue for our country.

We hope you’ll watch the premiere on Saturday, starting at 8:00 p.m. EST.

What: Hunger Hits Home, narrated by Jeff Bridges, national spokesman for No Kid Hungry

Where: Your home with TV tuned to Food Network

When: Saturday, April 14 – 8:00 p.m. EST.

 



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  1. We Americans deserve food and more

    All of us animals need food. Plants need nourishment. We people cannot live on food alone. Colorful birds can make do with the right feed we grab for them in our retail stores selling pet supplies. People cannot just eat. We need to work, keep our jobs and command loyalty. When Marisa DeFranco showed up in our January 8 holiday DTC party, what she needed was not to trade recipes. I found the food fine enough in her hometown (Tonnelli’s). What DeFranco came for was not to tickle her palate, but to earn full-fledged delegates. Our DTC gave her none. We should have told this candidate up front that we had our chastity belt secured. All we did was waste her time on her precious schedule booked generally two months in advance for campaign events.

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