Left Over: How Corporations and Politicians Are Milking the American School Lunch
A 6-part investigative series looking at the systemic shortcomings of the National School Lunch program from those at the bottom of the pyramid, to those at the top. Left Over host award-winning journalist Jessica Terrell travels to school districts across the country for a closer look at why and how corporations and politicians are undermining and exploiting the American public school lunch system. Each episode of Left Over dives into the experiences of lunch workers, students, caretakers, and community organizers while examining how the problematic views surrounding poverty and unchecked racial inequality are fueling the country’s largest anti-hunger programs. The series is made possible by grants from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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