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close this bookExploding the Hunger Myths - High School Curriculum (Food First; 1987; 173 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgements
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View the documentPretest: What do you think?
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Open this folder and view contentsLesson 1: Hunger awareness
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Open this folder and view contentsLesson 3: Are there too many people?
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View the documentAbout the institute for food and development policy
 

Exploding the Hunger Myths - High School Curriculum

By Sonja Williams

A Food First Book
The Institute for Food and Development Policy San Francisco

Copyright © 1987 by the Institute for Food and Development Policy

All rights reserved

Printed in the United States of America

54321

ISBN: 0-935028-23-4

To order additional copies of this book, call or write:

Food First/lnstitute for Food and Development Policy
145 Ninth Street
San Francisco, CA 94103 USA
(415) 864-8555

The following publishers have generously given permission to use material from their works: From "West Virginia Family Knows Hunger All Too Well" by Strat Douthat. Copyright 1983 by the Associated Press. Reprinted with permission of Associated Press Newsfeatures. From Starving in the Shadow of Plenty by Loretta Schwartz-Nobel. Copyright 1981 by Loretta Schwartz-Nobel. Reprinted with permission of The Putnam Publishing Group. From Hunger in America, The Growing Epidemic by the Physician Task Force. Copyright 1985 by the Physician Task Force on Hunger in America. Reprinted by permission of Wesleyan University Press. From "The Experts," a New Internationalist Publications poster. Copyright 1971 by New Internationalist. Reprinted with permission of New Internationalist. From Gaia: An Atlas of Planet Management edited by Norman Myers. Copyright 1984 by Norman Myers. Reprinted with permission of Doubleday & Company, Garden City, New York. From "Senegal: Exporting Peanuts and People" by Kathy McAfee. Reprinted with permission of Oxfam America. From "Hard Times in the Heartland" in the San Francisco Examiner March 3, 1985. Copyright 1985 by the San Francisco Examiner. Reprinted with permission of the San Francisco Examiner. From "The Homeless Elect an Ambassador" by David Davis in The Progressive December 1985. Copyright 1985 by The Progressive, Inc. Reprinted with permission of The Progressive, Madison, Wisconsin.

Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the correct permission to reproduce material was obtained. Should there be any errors in copyright information, please inform the publisher of the same, and a correction will be made in subsequent editions.

Financial and consultative support for this project came, in part, from the Office on Global Education, Church World Service. Church World Service is the relief, development and refugee arm of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.

Publication, design and printing costs were underwritten by a contribution from the Wells Fargo Foundation.

Book Design: Constance King
Cover Design: Mara Murray
Cover Illustration: Natalie Hill
Illustrations: Sonja Williams, © Oruc Cakmakli, Tumikia Watu, Katie Bimmler
Typesetting: Zetatype

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