The documentaries A Place at the Table and The Line tell us a number of stories to illustrate the problems associated with hunger, poverty and malnutrition. Videos are a very power format to tell stories, but so is the written word. Roadrunner Food Bank relates a handful of short human-interest profiles of some of the clients that use its services.
The site not only offers data but provides a platform for sharing of information about a wide range of issues which impact the quality of life of New
Mexicans, such as homelessness and hunger, health, education and early
childhood. After months of preparation, the site came online in early April. Click here to visit SHARE New Mexico.
Major philanthropic and private institutions have committed funding
for SHARE New Mexico, which will be utilized to build and sustain the Web site to ensure it is a valuable and reliable resource.
Below is a promotional video.