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'We Feed People' explores how World Central Kitchen feeds communities in crisis across the globe11:02
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World Central Kitchen volunteers prepare food inside building that lost its roof to a hurricane. (National Geographic/Clara Wetzel)
World Central Kitchen volunteers prepare food inside building that lost its roof to a hurricane. (National Geographic/Clara Wetzel)

The new National Geographic documentary "We Feed People" showcases the work of World Central Kitchen, which gets meals to people in crisis situations around the world. The film premieres on Disney+ on Friday.

Here & Now's Jane Clayson speaks with Chef José Andrés and "We Feed People" director Ron Howard.

World Central Kitchen volunteer, Kenton Rocker, plates food from the back of a WCK van. (National Geographic)
World Central Kitchen volunteer Kenton Rocker plates food from the back of a WCK van. (National Geographic)
Sam Bloch, WCK's Director of Emergency Response, carries a box in field from helicopter. (National Geographic/Sebastian Lindstrom)
Sam Bloch, WCK's Director of Emergency Response, carries a box into the field from a helicopter. (National Geographic/Sebastian Lindstrom)

This segment aired on May 26, 2022.

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