For all too many of us, our image of hunger is informed by the obvious: A person with a sign on the freeway ramp, or one sleeping on a sidewalk grate. Someone queued up in line at a soup kitchen.
But people in the hunger community know that’s only a small–and most often unrepresentative–part of the whole story.
There’s another excellent photoblog, Invisible. The Frontlines of Hunger in Colorado, put together by the Food Bank of the Rockies in Denver.
Both blogs do a great job of jolting us away from those parochial stereotypes that all too often define and confine our thinking on the issue of hunger.
Please visit these sites. If you know of other places on the Web where good work is being done to educate, inform, or encourage conversation on the issue of hunger, let me know and we’ll give them equal time here.