No Kid Hungry Rhetorical Analysis

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NO KID HUNGRY PLEDGE No Kid Hungry Pledge To Eradicate childhood Hunger In America Hunger is psychological and physical phenomenon in human system manifested in the form of discomfort or weakness which results from inadequacy or absence of food or appropriate nutrients. A large population around the globe, including the united States of America, experience hunger and the consequences because of shortage or lack of the right type of food. A “No Kid Hungry” TV commercial, launched in 2010 by Share Our Strength food network organization, uses different components of appeal to captivate/persuade viewers to partner with the food banks and other programs to resolve the issues of hunger among children in America. The author of the commercial, Bill Shore, founded the food network organization in 1984 with a $ 2,000 cash advance credit card. In recent years, Share Our Strength has raised and invested more than $ 376 million …show more content…

Unfortunately, at one point in life innocent and vulnerable children have been or will become victims. Even though hunger and starvation have been thought as an issue related to the less developed nations, United States of America, which is one of the richest nations in the world, presents/exhibits the characteristics of nation with some poor hungry people, among which are children as well. Therefore, hunger in America is a reality. The Inevitable consequences of hunger include inability to function mentally, weaken immune system, exposure to diseases, starvation, and death, especially in less developed countries. These outcomes presents impediment on academic advancement for the victims. In the United States both governmental and private, non-profit organizations work around the clock to alleviate the devastating outcomes of food deficiency in some of the poor families and individuals by offering food pantries, food stamps, and cash

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