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Kathleen Stress on The Campbell Conversations
How has Upstate New York been coping with the problem of hunger? How have the challenges changed in recent years? And how does the concern for proper nutrition fit with the need to feed people who are going hungry? On this edition of the Campbell Conversations, Grant Reeher discusses these questions with Kathleen Stress, the executive director of the Food Bank of Central New York. Some of the answers might surprise you.