Life Lesson: Kansas City Public Schools Transform Into Food Banks

As the economy worsens going into Winter . . . Subterfuge is now pointless. 

Public education now functions mostly as a means to better inform the public about options for subsidy.

Don't be confused . . . We don't begrudge anyone needs help. In fact, we remind callous souls that corporations, farmers, the super-rich, developers and all manner of suits also earn daily handouts far beyond rations given to students. 

Moreover . . .

We enjoy lectures about capitalism from simpletons who ignore how much of their lives, occupations and daily existence is financed by taxpayers.

Nevertheless . . .

Here's today's example of desperate times . . . 

SchoolSmartKC and Harvesters are partnering to bring pantries to 30 Kansas City Public Schools, allowing students to bring home items like canned goods, school supplies and hygiene items.

“If a child is food insecure, that means a family is food insecure,” Stephen Davis, president and CEO of Harvesters, said. “So how do we help provide resources to our school so that they can help direct families to other support networks in the community, but also where it makes sense, how can we bring that into the school setting?”

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Food pantries coming to 30 Kansas City schools

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Dozens of schools in Kansas City will soon be able to provide free food and supplies to students and their families.