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Web Extra: Robert Egger

  • Aired: 11/24/2011
  • 28:48
  • Rating: TV-G
Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with D.C. Central Kitchen founder Robert Egger about revitalizing America’s school kitchens. Egger advocates using school cafeterias to support the needs of the community and turning them into active learning centers. Egger also discusses the need for food banks on college campuses and changing how we define who is deserving of help.
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Should your local school cafeteria be your newest community center?
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