Virtual Tour of the Hunger Museum
On Tuesday, June 13th at 6:30 pm EDT, you are invited to a virtual, free, private tour of The Hunger Museum™
Did you know, in the Great State of North Carolina, that 1 in 8 people (1 in 6 children) face food insecurity?
How can that be when back in 1969 only 3% of U.S. households were food insecure?
How did we go from just 3% to over 12%? And how can we fix it?
Asheville’s Congregation Beth HaTephila, along with Carolina Jews for Justice, is proud to invite you to this free, private tour of The Hunger Museum™. A virtual project of MAZON – A Jewish Response to Hunger, The Hunger Museum™ is a unique and powerful digital experience grounded in Jewish values, sitting at the intersection of art, history, and social action and advocacy that is the hallmark of MAZON’s work to end hunger. The Hunger Museum™ explores how we got to where we are as a nation, telling the story of the last 100+ years of U.S. hunger and anti-hunger public policy, alongside the cultural touchstones that accompany that history. Our country has the solutions; we know what it takes. Hunger is solvable – the proof is in our history.
Registration is required. Please click here to register.