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Quote of the Day: Rick Steves

"I appreciate Bread for the World because it has taught me the economics of hunger and structural poverty. With all my travel experience, I’ve gained empathy for the struggles of people in developing nations, but my concern used to be confused and directionless. Understanding the basics of structural poverty put my compassion into clear focus. I believe the vast majority of Americans (whether regular citizens or politicians) are good and caring people, but we often need help when it comes to putting hunger in perspective."

—Rick Steves, travel expert and longtime Bread activist,  in a post on his travel blog


Rick Steves is one of the speakers at Bread for the World's 2014 National Gathering, which will take place June 9-10 in Washington, D.C. Have you registered yet? Visit www.bread.org/40 to sign up for the Gathering, which includes our annual Lobby Day, and a special dinner celebrating Bread's 40th anniversary!

Photo:  A family prepares corn in rural Guatemala. (Joseph Molieri/Bread for the World)


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