Indy Hunger Network is proud to be part of a new compelling documentary, The Working Hungry.
The Working Hungry is a 30 minute film built around the stories of three families, and through them the stories of more than 700,000 people across the state of Indiana. Most of these are working families, and their hunger is hidden from those around them.
The compelling documentary asks why, in a time of low unemployment and food abundance, is food insecurity and hunger so prevalent and what can be done. The Working Hungry will dive deep into the reality of food insecurity in Indiana, and what more could be done to destigmatize the conversation, more clearly understand underlying causes, and truly end hunger.
Following the January 25 showing at Kan-Kan Cinema, The Working Hungry and relevant discussions will take place statewide hosted by over 30 organizations.
Hosting a Screening of the Film in Your Community?
Use the Film Viewing & Discussion Guide below to have an even more meaningful event.
The Working Hungry is made possible by Ascension St. Vincent, Indy Hunger Network, and with additional support from Dave and Robin Miner, Steve and Cindy Gillman, and Brandt and Christine Lawson.
For more information or questions, please email Dave Miner at DMiner145@aol.com.
Thank you for your energy to advocate for a living wage, to change the narrative about the working hungry, and to find solutions that truly end hunger for so many of our neighbors.
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