OPIRG’s Community Volunteer Action Group, and OPIRG’s Non-Violence Now and others helped put on last night’s HUNGRY FOR CHANGE dinner – reported in the Hamilton Spectator today.
“Volunteers were dishing up lessons about inequality and social consciousness last night at a McMaster University banquet.
There was no choice. Each guest was arbitrarily assigned a meal. Forty per cent were served rice and water, 50 per cent chili, rice and water and a lucky 10 per cent dined on a four-course gourmet meal.
The plan, brainchild of the university’s Open Circle’s Volunteer Community Action Group, was to underscore the uneven division of resources around the world.
(The Hamilton Spectator, Dec. 1, 2005)
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