This dramatic work of photojournalism and powerful storytelling describes how the battle to end hunger is being won, bit by bit, in places like Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States, through the compassionate work of grass-roots communities of faith involved in anti-hunger efforts.
Third book in a humanitarian trilogy that includes Where Mercy Fails: Darfurs Struggle to Survive and Rubble Nation: Haitis Pain, Haitis Promise
Combines dramatic photojournalism and compelling narrative to give a voice and a face to the global issue of hunger
Includes authors interviewsand discussion guide for group use
Includes a 72 page color insert
Paul Jeffrey is a United Methodist missionary photojournalist. He lived in Latin America for two decades and has filed stories and images from more than 65 countries around the world. His work has appeared in media ranging from the Washington Post to National Geographic Explorer. He lives in Oregon.
CHRIS HERLINGER, a writer with Church World Service, is a freelance journalist whose reporting for Religion News Service has appeared in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Chicago Tribune. His reporting from Haiti has appeared in the Catholic News Service, Ecumenical News International, The Christian Century, and the National Catholic Reporter. He lives in New York City.
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