I would like to repost this under the title: ‘How to Do Away with Hunger.’
I Highly appreciate Ms Davis on having the Courage to speak on the subject, giving living examples from her past, and Kalisha’s treatment of the problem.
I would like to tell Ms Davis, and I hope Kalisha would do this, that Hunger and its Appeasement is Nothing to be Ashamed of. On the Other hand, people who have No thoughts for Others, and those who would Waste food, etc, do have Reason to be Ashamed.
Hunger is a World-Wide phenomenon, and a Horrible thing. To learn about it, I once fasted for 72 hours. At the end of the period the pangs were less. But ‘During’ those mid hours, like the Second day, the Hunger was disturbing even the Mind.
We All have a DUTY to Fight against Hunger.
We are RESPONSIBLE for Our Brothers and Sisters.
“The word that I would like to eradicate today is ‘unspeakable,’ because I think everything should be spoken.”– Viola Davis
Viola Davis recently revealed her painful past struggles with hunger. When Viola Davis shot to overdue stardom in her role as maid Aibileen Clark in 2011’s The Help, a surprising number of African-Americans criticized her Oscar-nominated performance as one perpetuating stereotypes associated with our painful Jim Crow past. Davis stood by her character. She would not back down. From numerous talk show couches and award show stages, Davis defended African-American maids of past and present. She asked audiences to respect such experiences as valid Americana to document and fruitful material for Black artists to draw from. Now, she is using her own experiences as a child who grew up in what she describes as “abject poverty” to give more context to her commitments…
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