New apps and delivery services make finding dinner quicker and easier to prepare in cities. But one Washington, D.C., population is struggling to gain access to food. A new report shows that the District’s elderly are fourth in the nation when it comes to food insecurity. Kojo examines what can be done to aid this growing population.


  • Mike Curtin Chief Executive Officer, D.C. Central Kitchen, The Campus Kitchens Project
  • Douglas Besharov Director, the Welfare Reform Academy, a joint project of American Enterprise Institute and the University of Maryland School of Public Policy
  • Peter Sikorsky Senior at Gonzaga College High School, volunteer with Campus Kitchens

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