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Jamie Weiss EDHD230S Final Research Paper Outline 12.02.08 I. Introduction Who: The Food Bank for New York City What: ending food poverty, making affordable and healthy food more accessible for low-income New Yorkers When: the program started back in 1983 Where: New York City Throughout the United States millions of people suffer from poverty that leaves families and individuals hungry and malnourished. More specifically, in the greatest city in our nation, New York City, some people do not live in such great conditions. Over three million people living in New York City cannot afford to purchase food. It is important to look at the programs that are available to these people since the lack of food can create various problems that exist in many areas of our life including social aspects, emotional aspects and health. The Food Bank for New York City has various programs that not only provide food to individuals but provide knowledge and guidance to lead a better life. These programs include free tax assistance, cooking classes for adults, food stamp information, relief from September 11 and many others. In order to see the effects of poverty and lack of food on individuals, the situation
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course EDHD 210 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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