Feeding the Hungry

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December 19-26 Podcast

The Rev. David Beckmann discusses Bread for the World's lobbying on behalf of hungry people in the United States and abroad.
The work of Bread for the World
The Rev. David Beckmann, the president of Bread for the World, discusses the plight of hungry people in the United States and abroad, and how his organization works to lobby Congress to maintain financial support for those less fortunate. He also explains how government support is essential to fighting hunger—charities alone are not sufficient—and how U.S. aid for the poor has had a real impact during these difficult economic times.
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