Conference at UNC explores solutions for child hunger

By Brighton McConnell

N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein addresses the “No Kid Hungry” conference in Chapel Hill. (Brighton McConnell/Carolina Connection)

North Carolina ranks among the fifteen worst states for child hunger– the percentage of children under 18 who lack food on a regular basis.

The North Carolina Child Hunger Leaders Conference was held at UNC’s Friday Center this week to hear about some potential solutions.

Brighton McConnell reports on one participant’s story.

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