Lewis Diuguid

January 12, 2014

Food insecurity, income disparity hurt neighbors

What I’ve also learned from more than two decades of volunteering at the Lord’s Table soup kitchen in midtown is that most of the men, women and children who come for the free meal aren’t homeless. But they are what the U.S. Department of Agriculture calls “food insecure.” Blame it on the widening wealth gap.

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