By Lynette Johnson *
Take away the noise, the loudest voices, the folks who say, “If only this…” or “If they just…” and what we have is a complex web of issues, nuanced and difficult, with lots and lots of gray and very little black and white.
We could start by looking at hunger by its time frame: immediate, short-term, and long-term.
On the immediate level, for example, hunger is not having access to food to eat today. We can qualify that by ...Continue Reading →