The issue of hunger is usually considered a serious problem, widely associated with certain poor countries such as Sierra Leone in West Africa or Haiti in the Caribbean. But hunger and food insecurity is an everyday reality of millions of people living in a powerful and rich country like the United States.
In this episode, we survey a topic many might find unlikely: Hunger in one of the most developed countries in the world. But why? Isn't there sufficient food stuff in America? What about programs aimed at providing food for the poor?