Kirsten Anderberg
Publisher: Kirsten Anderberg
Pages: 52

This book takes a look at the concept of just feeding homeless people on the streets in your own city with good food you make. The author talks about the reasons she feeds homeless people in her town, as well as the reasons she hesitated to do so. She also talks about where to find people to feed, what to feed folks on streets, etc. Included in the book are some other essays by the author including an article about her interviews with homeless folks in a "tent city" in Seattle, an essay about including poor people in community events and other articles about poverty, homelessness and hunger.
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