The state and federal government are not doing enough to help low-income New Jersey residents put food on the table and coupled with a lingering recession, more families are forced into the already strained emergency food system according to anti-hunger advocates.
Responding to proposed cuts in funding for federal nutrition programs, the New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition has launched a Facebook photo campaign to shed light on hunger and its prevalence in the Garden State.
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