Sunday, January 29, 2012

Who Needs Netflix When You Have Bread for the World Videos?

Remember that great video featuring Bread for the World activist Connie Wick of Indianapolis? In the video, she tells her story about the impact of her letters on her legislators, including a letter that was mentioned by Sen. Richard Lugar at a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House.  

So where can you view this video? The answer is Bread for the World's own YouTube site. This depository contains dozens of videos dating back to 2008 on topics ranging from food stamps, immigration, the various hunger reports, the 2011 National Gathering and much more.  Some of the videos are in Spanish, including La Ofrenda de Cartas 2011 (and soon La Ofrenda de Cartas 2012). And of course the, the five videos for the 2012 Offering of Letters are also found here. Check it out!

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