Ethnic Food Trucks/ Combating Infant Mortality
You can get almost any kind of food from a Columbus food truck these days: crepes, pho, schnitzel, and of course, tacos. But the trucks reflect more than just a lunch option. This hour, we’ll talk about the issues of immigration and acceptance surrounding the emergence of mobile Mexican food. Then we’ll learn about the creative things central Ohio is doing to improve the infant mortality rate.
- Robert Lemon, writer and director of “Tranfusion.”
- Bonnita Lee, retired neighborhood liaison for City of Columbus
- Dennis Muchnicki, immigration lawyer at the firm Muchnicki and Bittner
- Tonya Fulwider, Program Director of Perinatal Outreach & Encouragement for Moms
- Grace Kolliesuah, Columbus Public Health Project Director of Caring for 2