The "Hunger, Homelessness & Poverty: Impact on College Students Conference" was held on Thursday, October 13, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Great Hall at the Community College of Philadelphia. The conference was designed to provide a forum for dialogue about the increasing issues of hunger, homelessness and poverty among college students and to identify what can be done to meet this growing problem.
This news story, which aired September 22nd on CNN's American Morning program, featured interviews with Witnesses to Hunger Tianna Gaines-Turner, Barbie Izquierdo, and Jean Culver, as well as Witnesses to Hunger founder Dr. Mariana Chilton.
Faced with a $51 million cut to kindergarten funding, the Philadelphia School District has proposed eliminating full-day kindergarten. Half-day programs, which ended in the city in 1996, would be disastrous for Philadelphia's children.
Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Angela Sutton, mother of two, spoke to reporters on February 10 about her struggles feeding her children at a press event unveiling local anti-hunger advocates' plan to end huger.
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