Next question, please.



By Ed Nicholson                                                       

Let’s say you’re a journalist granted an exclusive interview with a hunger thought leader.  Say,  Share Our Strength founder and executive director, Billy Shore;  co-chair of the Senate Hunger Caucus, Blanche Lincoln;  Feeding America CEO, Vicki Escarra;  U.N.  F.A.O. Ambassador Tony Hall;  or Bread for the World president, David Beckmann.

You have five minutes tor your interview.  What questions would you ask?

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5 thoughts on “Next question, please.

  1. Susan

    In what way does your organization seek to educate, provide job training, resources and employment to those clients who would otherwise be able to provide food for themselves and their families (thereby relieving the poverty that leads to hunger) ?

    Who did you (personally) feed today? 

  2. Meredith Adams

    My question is for Vicki Escarra:

    In the next 10 years, what do you think the hunger rates will look like in US? Will the amount of Americans who are at risk for food insecurity increase? decrease? remain constant?

  3. Heather

    My question is for Billy Shore- If resources where no object, what programs would you put in place to ensure that every school-age child had nutiritous meals when school is out? (weekends, summer)

  4. Roxanna Sieber

    I haven’t aclue except that I would hope that I would not waste the time on standard questions. I suppose it would be something on the line of asking what some of the more creative ways they have seen of raising poverty awareness or in raising funds to eleviate hunger. I might also ask what the greatest mistakes are that communities make.

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