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A Place at the Table

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Using personal stories, this powerful documentary illuminates the plight of the 49 million Americans struggling with food insecurity. A single mother, a small-town policeman and a farmer are among those for whom putting food on the table is a daily battle.

Release date: Mar. 22, 2012

Country: USA

Duration: 84 Min.

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