"Food Justice" Puts a Face to Hunger

November 18, 2015 By: Marie Pauley Category: SHH News Tags: fresh food, healthy food, fresh produce

“Food Justice” is a 30-minute television show created by Twin Cities Public Television and St. Paul-Ramsey County Health with funding through the SHIP grant.

“Food Justice” puts a face to hunger by capturing the stories and experiences of the people experiencing food insecurity every day. The show also highlights many of the organizations around the Twin Cities, including Second Harvest Heartland, who are working to increase healthier food access for those who need it.

“Food Justice” raises awareness about the need to provide not just food, but healthier food for those utilizing food shelves and meal programs in the metro area. Thanks to the continued support from our partners, the food we’ve distributed in the past year has never been so wholesome.

We encourage you to watch this program and share it with your friends to help us raise awareness about the issue of hunger and the need to provide healthier food for those experiencing food insecurity.

You’ll have several chances to catch the 30-minute program on Sundays throughout November and December on Minnesota Channel 2.2:

Nov. 22 @ 7 a.m. - morning

Nov. 22 @ 1 p.m.

Dec. 6 @ 9:30 p.m.

Dec. 13 @ 9:30 a.m. - morning

Dec. 13 @ 3:30 p.m.

Or your can watch it online at TPT.org.


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