Two Angry Moms

With its film festival debut scheduled for March 30th in Kent, Connecticut, as part of the Kent Film Festival, Two Angry Moms will take the discussion of school food to a broader audience.

There are nearly seventy-three million school-aged children in America. The Centers for Disease Control predicts that these children will be the first generation in history to live shorter lives than those of their parents. Addressing an issue of great concern to parents across the country. Two Angry Moms questions what our children are eating in school and explores the roles the federal government, corporate interest, school administration and parents play in the feeding of our country’s school kids. The film shows how important real food is for the health of each child and the long-term health of the country.

Following the leaders in the fledgling better school food movement, Two Angry Moms outlines a creative five-step strategy for positive change.

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