Bishops Storehouse, Sacramento, California

Interview By Sasha Abramsky | Posted Friday January 27, 2012

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Bishops Storehouse - poverty - Sacramento, California

Clay Jackson, Neil Billman, Matt Ball, and Richard Montgomery are officials with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The church has long been active both in domestic and international relief work following emergencies and also in running its own anti-hunger programs in the United States. Sitting in a large food pantry-come-cannery that the church operates in Sacramento, they talk about their anti-hunger work, the ways in which members donate time and money to these programs, and their thoughts as to what “poverty” means in modern-day America.

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