Can multi-media help reduce hunger?

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As the famine in the Horn of Africa continues to worsen, organizations in the United States are raising awareness about the issue in creative ways.

Image Credit: Art Works Project

On Tuesday, November 8, the Art Works Projects, in conjunction with George Washington University (GWU), will present the premiere of a multi-media sound and photographic projection installation created to focus attention on the current humanitarian crisis in eastern Africa and to create opportunities for dialogue around the prevention of future famine.

The presentation will be preceded by a panel discussion featuring the co-founder of the ENOUGH Project, John Prendergast and GWU Elliot School of International AffairsAmbassador David Shinn.

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