Come Dine With Me?

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Tonight is “Dine Below the Line”, where nation-wide, participants will host dinner parties that invite guests to enjoy meals cooked for just $1.50 per person. Part of the Live Below the Line campaign, these dinner parties are a great way to share with friends and family a taste of what it means to truly lack choices. They can be informal or formal affairs (nothing is more ironic than eating rice and beans in a tuxedo or evening gown) and dinner can be a range or items. Check out this post f...

This is the question that the Global Poverty Project set out to answer when we created the Live Below the Line campaign, a five-day challenge where participants agree to live on $1.50/day for five days. The experience is a great way to gain insight into some of the choices faced by the economically disenfranchised 25% of the population that spends $1.50/day for food, education, medical, and housing expenses. It is a show of solidarity to the worlds’ poor and a concrete way to take action in y...

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