This week on Noon Edition, we’ll discuss the rise in suburban poverty and what some groups are trying to do to slow the trend.
Demand for low-income housing housing is growing in Monroe County. We will check in with local housing agencies about how they are dealing with the increase.
1 in 4 Americans are now on government supported food programs.
This week on Noon Edition, joining us in the studio are physician and advocate for health care reform Dr. Robert Stone and Program Director at the IU School of Social Work Kathy Byers. They’ll discuss the logistics of providing health care for uninsured Hoosiers.
This week on Noon Edition we’ll be discussing poverty in south central Indiana. Joining us in the studio will be Indiana Business Research Center Director Jerry Conover, Shalom Center Director Joel Rekas, and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard Director Brooke Gentile.
This week on “Noon Edition,” Bloomington computer programmer John Breen joins us in the studio to discuss his novel uses of the Internet to fight hunger and poverty worldwide. Breen founded The Hunger Site in 1999, and this year started his newest web-based charity, FreeRice.com.