Today, a staggering number of Americans struggle to put food on the table. The Hunger Museum tells the powerful story of how we got here and how we can end hunger. During this unique guided tour of The Hunger Museum, created by MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, we will learn about the last 100+ years of hunger and anti-hunger public policy in the United States, alongside the cultural touchstones that accompany that history, demonstrating that with a robust government response, we can end hunger — and almost did.
The lessons from this history can help us forge a new path forward and end hunger.
This tour will be conducted by an Educator at The Hunger Museum and will be followed immediately with a chance for the audience to ask questions about the Museum.