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Click to read about hunger in the suburbs.
Friday, September 01, 2006 The Plain Dealer Cleveland, Ohio

Hungrr in America. End.

Click to read 2006 Report on Hunger in America

(thanks to America’s Second Harvest)

VOLUNTEER your time or DONATE food or money to your local Food Bank.

It feels good.


  1. Pietro
    August 11th, 2006 | 9:19 am

    What about Africa?

  2. August 16th, 2006 | 6:32 pm

    wow, on i saw this video, and the one comment with santa clause is so true, and i find it extremely disturbing, like the fact so many countrys DO burn food!
    i mean 2/3 of the United States Population is over weight, and we have it lucky, when you go to the pantry to get some cookies or candy or whatever, just think how lucky you are to have clean water, a good home, entertainment… all those new gaming systems out there now a days, and try your best to donate to your local food shelf, or curch, or any place to try and help others
    well thats all i really have to say,

  3. August 16th, 2006 | 7:29 pm

    “In the U.S., obesity is more common in households of limited financial means, with those living below the poverty level to make up the highest percentages of the obese. This is what is called the “Hunger-Obesity Paradox”, where the seemingly opposite concepts of hunger and obesity coexist within the same person, in the same household.
    But how can that be true ? It’s natural to think that if a person is poor and doesn’t have enough food to eat, that they would be slim. But, in the U.S., the highest rates of obesity occur among the poorest people.”
    Read more here:

  4. December 6th, 2006 | 3:55 pm


    With love and patience, nothing is impossible

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