Hunger Games and Harry Potter join to feed world

March 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;3/20/2012, p13
The article reports on the partnership between the Harry Potter Alliance development organization Oxfam for the "Hunger Is Not a Game" hunger campaign which aims to gather support for international food relief and for Oxfam's GROW campaign. Vicky Rateau, campaign manager for Oxfam's GROW Campaign, expresses her excitement to reach young people who will engage in the fight against hunger and injustice. The initiative includes GROW campaign's petition to reform food aid in the U.S. Farm Bill.


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