Actor Danny Glover Takes on African Food Crisis Activist and actor Danny Glover is trying to get the African food crisis on the U.S. government's agenda. He's the Chairman of the Board for TransAfrica Forum, and he recently spoke to members of Congress about the impact of the food crisis on children around the world.

Actor Danny Glover Takes on African Food Crisis

Actor Danny Glover Takes on African Food Crisis

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Many Americans are tracking the unrest over food prices and possible famines. The crisis includes not only the deadly riots in Somalia, but protests in African nations including Egypt, Cameroon and Burkina Faso.

Activist and actor Danny Glover is trying to get the food crisis on the U.S. government's agenda.

He's the Chairman of the Board for TransAfrica Forum, and he recently spoke to members of Congress about the impact of the food crisis on children around the world.

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