Local groups address Thanksgiving food insecurity

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This is the Radio Boston rundown for Nov. 17. Tiziana Dearing is our host.

  • Boston College professor of history Charles R. Gallagher joins us to talk about Father Francis Moran, a Boston priest who was a leading figure in a little-known history of antisemitism in Boston, and how Moran's story resonates in the present.
  •  Artificial intelligence exists that can create works of art or realistic pictures using text commands. The same technology is available to create written work like reports and essays. We dive into how this technology works with Boston Globe Technology writer Hiawatha Bray, for this week's edition of Tech Talk.
  • According to the Greater Boston Food Bank, one in three Massachusetts residents struggled with food insecurity this past year. And with inflation driving up the cost of Thanksgiving dinner, we talk to Beth Chambers of Catholic Charities about what services are available for families who are struggling. Plus, Donnette McManus, who is both a client and a volunteer with Catholic Charities South, talks about the value of volunteering.

This program aired on November 17, 2022.


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