Sandra Ingerman was touched by an article she read about a famine in Sudan. Grandmothers are teaching their children and grandchildren how to find roots and berries in the ground. Men go out and help to gather resources for the community. No one does this for themselves. They share in the community to survive. They are not counting on governments or outsiders to help their cause. They know what they need to survive the famine they are facing.

Join Renee Baribeau and Sandra about the topic of famine and catastrophes in other areas and how people are finding the strength and spirit to find ways to survive the challenges we all face. The challenges we all face are different, but living in a strong and creative community is a key to survival!

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