Vox Culture presents:Hunger Stories-What is Hunger (Houston)
Vox Culture presents its latest event, "Hunger Stories: What is Hunger?" For one evening, the event will be providing a space for additional and deeper discussion on the issue of hunger between several of Houston’s most respected organizations. The event will also include a poetry slam performed by local poets. These poets will share the power of their words and expressions while addressing hunger in the city and around the world.
Speakers and organizations participating in Hunger Stories: What is Hunger? include:
- Brian Greene, President/CEO - Houston Food Bank
- Scott Howard, President of the Board - Urban Harvest
- Charity Dominguez, Community Outreach Team Lead - SEARCH Homeless Services
- Maurina McClean, Chairwoman - Malawians in Texas Organization
Through the use of creativity and discussion, "Hunger Stories: What is Hunger?" aims to raise awareness in the community on how hunger can take different shapes and forms depending where you are in the world, how urban farms can play a role, and also how individuals are affected by the issue in numerous ways here in Houston.
"Hunger Stories: What is Hunger?" will take place on Saturday, July 27, from 6:00PM-8:00PM at Vox Culture’s facilities Protected content Freeway, Suite 116, Houston, TX Protected content the Central Memorial Parkway entrance behind Starbucks on I-10W for the most direct access to Vox Culture.
Tickets are $10 per person and includes dinner! Children 12 & Under enter free!
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Join us for this evening, in our fight against hunger!