Food for thought: 1 in 8 Pennsylvanians struggle to find enough to eat
It's the time of the year when food is on the mind.
George Matysik was thinking of food—or, to be more specific, the lack of it—when we asked him and others to submit maps depicting "their Pennsylvania" during one of our community forums earlier this year.
Matysik turned in a map showing child food insecurity rates by county, colored in shades of yellow, orange, and red.
Read the full version of this report at the website of Keystone Crossroads, a new statewide public media initiative reporting on the challenges facing Pennsylvania's cities. WPSU is a participating station.