March 1, 2018 - 12:00 am
Canada has one of the best economic growth rates in the world. We by and large consider ourselves a just society yet many of us live in hunger. Nearly one million Canadians use food banks alone every month. This number has remained unchanged for many years. Food banks were once a temporary bandaid but are now fixed as one of our broadest solutions to fighting hunger. In this presentation we will explore the benefactors of food banks and thier counter parts, the reasons people give and why the status quo is not only failing to fight hunger but is likely making it worse. We will also discuss the real causes of hunger, the role of food in a solicially just society and how we can be the recipe for change.
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