November 17th, 2020 —
Join anti-hunger champions for a look back on the movement. How did hunger evolve from a bipartisan issue to a deeply partisan flashpoint, and what has that meant for the millions of low-income Americans caught in the middle? And most importantly, how can we reshape our reality around a renewed moral clarity – that no one deserves to be hungry, and our social contract ensures that every person should get the support they need to lead a life of dignity and prosperity? The conversation will be framed by leading clergy voices, reflecting on the Jewish community’s relationship to anti-hunger and anti-poverty work, bringing “politics” to the bimah, and more.