Hungry for change: Rethinking how the poor get healthy and affordable food

Monday, July 07, 2008

Back in the 1960’s, when the middle-class fled the cities for suburban refuge, there was an unforeseen consequence: the ‘grocery gap.’ It’s been widening over the years and as gas and food prices soar it’s gotten harder for the poor to get healthy and affordable food. One man, however, with a very simple plan, is turning this around: Pennsylvania State Representative Dwight Evans.
Guest: Pennsylvania State Representative Dwight Evans, D-District 203

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