“This Is Hunger” features black and white portraits and stories of dozens of Americans who have had difficulty putting enough nutritious food on the table each day. Through digital and hands-on activities, participants are taken on a journey that draws them into the real-life circumstances of these individuals and deepens their awareness about who in America struggles with hunger and why. Visitors are then encouraged to educate others and advocate for change.
The exhibit will launch in Los Angeles on Nov. 16 and remain in the L.A. area through Dec. 18. “This Is Hunger” will then continue its 10-month national tour, stopping in more than 30 cities in and around Phoenix, Tucson, Dallas, Atlanta, Miami, Washington, D.C., the greater New York City area, Philadelphia, Boston, Cleveland, St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area.
For a complete list of tour dates and locations, as well as free ticket reservations and more information about “This Is Hunger,” visit thisishunger.org.