Project chronicles the reality of food insecurity

09/23/2011 | CNN

About 50 million Americans have problems getting enough food, and some of their stories are chronicled through the Witnesses to Hunger photography program. The program's creator, public-health and nutrition expert Mariana Chilton, says people suffer from anxiety, depression and worry over being able to afford enough food for themselves and their family each day.

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