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Houston’s ‘ZERO HUNGER’ mural is largest in city, highlights poverty problem




Houston, Texas – Houston has a hunger problem.

While it’s not unique to the city, the new installation, and light shines on the challenge of poverty and hope never to go hungry again.

The “no intelligence, mural, created by artist Dragon76Gluten unveiled Saturday. And five of the feet were part of the plan of a vast 13,000 For you have received clinical and spanning the stories.

It is RELATED, and put them in the person of Philippe de Commines Houston, lorem;

When this work is spearheaded Street art is non-profit that supports creating a technique to trigger social change.

It is one of six murals aimed at raising awareness beyond urging and support to combat hunger around the world.

You can see the mural in-person at the downtown Austin S. Cicero 710.

19, before COVID pandemic, more than 738,000 were believed to be food insecure in Harris County, according to a statement from Turner Julius had considered Houston’s office. Is defined in the food insecurity Health Promotion and Disease Prevention US commitment the disruption of eating food intake due to lack of money or other models.

February 19 tornado-COVID coupled to the Premier made even bigger challenge to fight hunger. If you’re able to help so that you can give organizations like the Houston Food Bank. text ABC13 at (41) 444 , as a given directly to the Houston Food Bank. The number of anybody who made the web. You can also volunteer your time feed your help a neighbor in need.



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