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Mon January 7, 2013
Hunger Action Network of New York State
Emergency Food Programs continue to struggle during a recession to feed a growing number of hungry people in our region. Activists says a new study of hunger in New York State shows that emergency food programs can ever be a substitute for increased government action to end the growing problem of hunger.
Mark Dunlea, Executive Director of the Hunger Action Network in NYS, says instead of dealing with emergencies, food pantries and soup kitchens over the last 30 years have been forced by government inaction to evolve into supplemental sources of food for households who need assistance on an ongoing basis.
Mark is a community organizer and long-term welfare rights advocate. He serves as the Executive Director works for Hunger Action and joins us in “Studio A” this morning.