Sharing Food With the Homeless: Churches and Anarchists Agree on Something, It Seems
Fresh off a late evening with the Hollywood Food Not Bombs group (sharings on Thursday in front of Young Circle Publix, around 7 p.m.), the Pulp woke up early Friday to get another side of the food-sharing story, this one from Robin Martin, head of HOPE South Florida.
sequester food-sharing efforts to a mutually agreed-upon spot, which is tricky because local neighbors and businesses rebel whenever they consider the prospect of dozens of hungry homeless people flocking to their neighborhood. So HOPE is working to find a location that would enable church groups, charities, and other groups to rotate through, serving meals all week long.
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