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The Truth About Food Insecurity: Thanks for Giving 



(Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The Augusta Press.) 

Two little boys poked their heads out of a car window and smiled at me. I was standing in the Augusta campus food bank parking lot, and cars in line for fo...

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  1. The situation is obviously bad and getting worse. The wonderful work done by these and other organizations is an absolute necessity. However, it is only half the job. The other and possibly more important half of the job is finding or developing pathways for these people to get out of the revolving door of poverty.

  2. Maybe stop voting for Socialist Democrats AKA American Communist that are working hard to destroy the Constitutional Federal Republic, and than people could afford to feed their families, and there would be no need for food banks. How much money on diesel fuel do you burn pouring carbon emissions into the environment to “feed” poor people out in the woods? Are you really “helping”? Just asking questions the Augusta Press would never think to ask.

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