Ending hunger

Russell, Sharman Apt
January 2010
High Country News;1/18/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p27
An essay on the author's involvement in the "Nourishment for the Child" hunger alleviation program in Silver City, New Mexico is presented. The author explains the idea behind the program and the challenges to ending hunger in the U.S. She also reflects on serving on the board of The Volunteer Center nonprofit organization to end hunger in the county.


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