Ever get into a discussion about public policy that affects nutrition assistance programs?
Did you ever want to do understand more, and thereby do more?
On Thursday, June 6, the Market Street Cinema in Little Rock will screen A Place at the Table, an acclaimed documentary directed by Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush that has revealed the reality of hunger to many, through the eyes of three people who are unsure just where their next meal might come from. The documentary has received praise for its poignant look at this difficult issue, cutting through politics and rhetoric to expose the reality of living day to day with hunger.
The screening is free, and you will have the opportunity to contribute to the Arkansas No Kid Hungry campaign to help end hunger in our state.
Seating is limited to the first 200 people, so please RSVP by email here with the subject line “TABLE.” This will reserve your seats for the screening and the Q&A discussion of hunger in Arkansas that follows.
The event was organized by the Department of Human Services Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education Health & Nutrition Unit, the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance and the Arkansas No Kid Hungry Campaign.
A Place at the Table Screening
Thursday, June 6
Doors open at 6pm; film begins at 7pm
Market Street Cinema, off Rodney Parham on Merrill Drive