Violence in Virginia; Food Insecurity; Community Gardens

As cities around Ohio and the country hold vigils in solidarity against hate, we examine the legal issues surrounding the weekend's events in Virginia.

Why are so many people in Northeast Ohio among the "food insecure" and what's being done to make sure they don't continue to be hungry?

And we'll see why folks are committed to growing their own fruits and vegetables. Could community gardens be part of the solution to the region's food deserts?

Guests: 

Carole Rendon, Former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio

Jessie Hill, Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University

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