A Place At The Table Essay

786 Words Oct 9th, 2014 4 Pages
In their documentary "A place at the Table", Directors Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson examines the food insecurity issue in the United States through the stories of three Americans, who struggle to feed themselves and their families, without knowing where the next meal will came from. In the Documentary, Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson attempts to convince people that change should be made in our society regarding hunger. They both advocates for getting People like Authors, Sociologist, Senators, Teachers, and Doctors, and Police office to take action for ending hunger in the United States. Both, Lori and Kristi Argue that is unacceptable for a country with enough food to have 50 millions of people living without enough to eat. They points out that Market overpriced fresh food and vegetables that makes unaffordable, it requires the implication of economic, social and cultural to solve this hunger crisis, to make healthy food available and affordable for all the people. The Directors uses strong emotional appeals to convince people to take action on this hunger crisis, and this call to action gives what we need to get involve.

It is important for children to have access to basic need, like adequate meal for their best development. That why Charles Kuralt stated in the documentary "the most basic need must become a human right". Obviously the documentary shows us that it difficult to afford such meal. Fruits and vegetables are very important for all the people,…

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