Video: What Does 48 Million Hungry People Look Like?

 

At our recent JBF Food Conference, The Paradox of Appetite: Hungering for Change, we showed a clip of the powerful documentary A Place at the Table, which illustrates how hunger poses drastic economic, social, and cultural implications for our nation. Now Participant Media, the organization behind the film, has released a short, animated video that focus on the scale of hunger in America. Watch the video above.

 

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Rebuilding the American Table with Phil Jones and Jane Black at the JBF Food Conference

 

One of the most compelling conversations at our recent JBF Food Conference was "Rebuilding the American Table: Bridging the Good Food, Fair Food, and Hunger Movements" with journalist Jane Black and chef Phil Jones. Also the general manager of COLORS Detroit, Jones works to provide job training to unemployed community residents to equip them with the life skills and work experience they need to pursue careers in the hospitality and food service industry. Watch the video above to learn more.

 

Video footage of all our 2013 JBF Food Conference talks and panels can be found here.

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Q & A with Food Tank's Danielle Nierenberg

 

To kick off our series of interviews with featured speakers and panelists at this year's JBF Food Conference, we caught up with Food Tank co-founder Danielle Nierenberg. Food Tank is a remarkable grass roots organization that offers solutions and environmentally sustainable ways of alleviating hunger, obesity, and poverty by creating a network of connections and information for all of us to consume and share. Next month, Danielle will be sharing the stage with Harper's contributor and author Frederick Kaufman for a discussion entitled, "Global Appetites, Global Hunger."

 

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JBF: What do you believe are the pitfalls of “appetite”?

 

DN: The old saying our eyes are bigger than our stomachs is unfortunately more true than ever. While the foodie... Read more >

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