This week on Street Beat, host Roxanne Steele from AMP Radio looks at the issue of hunger in our communities.

First, Executive Director Linda Riggs from the Rochester Area Neighborhood House is here to explain how you can “Scare Away Hunger.”

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Then, President and CEO, John Owens, and Marcy Fitch, Volunteer Manager, are here to talk about Forgotten Harvest.

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Next Brother Jerry Smith is here from Capuchin Soup Kitchen to talk about feeding the hungry in Detroit.

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Finally, Terri Stangl of the Center For Civil Justice, discusses what can be done to help those facing food shortages.

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