:Access Living Chicago Food Depository Food Insecurity People with Disabilities 
Series: Title: Sub-title:
Not a Series  Access Living Chicago Food Depository Food Insecurity People with Disabilities  Food Insecurity Among Adults With Disabilities In Cook County 
Producer: Program type: Broadcast Restrictions:
WZRD Chicago  Events and Speeches  See Notes. 
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Discusses an overlooked topic of food insecurity among adults with disabilities in Cook County. Research done by the Chicago Food Depository and Access Living presented the difficulties adults with disabilities face on a daily basis to access food. Traveling to food distribution sites, e.g. church basements and other locations that are not accessible. Discussed the vital role SNAP benefits are for the millions of people who rely on them for daily nutrition.   Access Living Chicago IL 
Notes: Credits:
This multi-segment program is free to air at anytime. Feel free to use this on your radio station for education purposes. Excellent topic for public affairs programming.   Access Living Chicago IL 60654 115 W. Chicago Avenue
www.accessliving.org  
Topics
Currency | Poverty and Wealth | Conditions and Diseases | Food and Nutrition | Local News | News Program | Human Rights | Torture | Neoliberalism | United States  
 
 
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00:44:40 
 
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View Script  WZRD Radio Chicago IL  06-01-2017  English 
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