I recently wrote a hub on fighting hunger in your community. I posted it under Politics and Social Issues > Social Issues > Welfare of Children for lack of a better option. Poverty didn't really seem to be a good choice because you don't have to be dirt poor to experience food insecurity. And it doesn't necessarily affect just children.
I wonder if Hunger could be added as a new topic?
Not sure who I would direct this to so I thought I'd post it here and see if any of the HP staff notices it.
Hey Danette, before staff can notice it, it has to get plenty of attention, which at this time, for some odd reason it hasn't?
However, I would like to say that it should be under poverty. Those who are going hungry and not suffering from poverty are just mismanaging their money. I guess that would be more obvious than realized.
Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. But I totally disagree that those going hungry are just mismanaging their money.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DANETTE!!!
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