From our friends at the Indiana Humanities Council and Indiana’s Family of Farmers:
The Indiana Humanities Council and Indiana’s Family of Farmers recently held a panel discussion about hunger from a global and local perspective. Part of the Indiana Humanities Council’s two-year Food for Thought campaign, the discussion will be broadcast by WFYI (90.1 FM), on March 8 from 7-8:30 p.m.
We didn’t expect to solve world hunger with this forum, but we do hope that, by provoking conversation, we can help move us closer to a solution. That’s why the Indiana Humanities Council has made hunger a focus of the Food for Thought initiative in 2011.
Please join us in that conversation. We hope you’ll tune in so you can learn about hunger and its impact on Indiana and the world. But the dialogue won’t end there. You can watch for and engage with future Food for Thought programs by logging on to www.FoodforThoughtIndiana.org.
Check in daily from March 1 to March 14 for blog posts by hunger advocates, community leaders and businesses making a difference. Today’s is by WFYI, and it outlines the need for conversations such as this one.