How Would You Solve America’s Hunger?

It’s become a distressingly familiar story: American family loses a big chunk of income in recession, tightens its belt, often is forced to sell its home (at a big loss). For many, there’s a new wrinkle. Increasingly, Americans who had never before sought any public assistance now must rely on government aid to ensure they have enough to eat. An article this week in USA Today highlights “the new face of hunger in America” – a suburban Seattle family that …