Please join MAZON on Thursday, May 25 at 11am PT / 2pm ET for a virtual guided tour exploring The Hunger Museum™. Learn how we can (and almost did) end hunger in America.
We planned this first public tour just ahead of Shavuot, a holiday when many Jews celebrate the gift of the Torah with a night of study. We will gather in that spirit — a commitment to learning, and to the values of justice and common humanity that resonate in the Torah and our response to history alike. In learning what came before, we can make change.
About the Tour:
Led by MAZON’s VP of Community Engagement Naama Haviv, the tour will tease out the main narrative of the museum over the course of an hour, with time for questions and discussion. This tour is free and open to all, though geared for an adult audience. Link provided upon registration.
About the Museum:
The Hunger Museum — now open at hungermuseum.org — tells the fascinating story of the last 100+ years of hunger and anti-hunger public policy in the United States. Because it’s completely virtual, you can engage with our immersive and interactive exhibits anytime, from anywhere, to learn about the political, economic, and cultural story of the expansion and dismantling of the American social safety net. It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen.