Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is November 16-24. Thanks to the support of filmmaker Rotimi Rainwater and Traverse Media production company, this year students across the country will be able to screen the film, 'Sugar' on their campuses during H&H Week. Based on the filmmaker's own past experience of homelessness, 'Sugar' is the story of a young girl with a trouble past trying to survive on the streets of Venice Beach, California. It tells an all too common story of a troubled youth learning how to stop hiding and to start healing. 'Sugar' is a moving, realistic look at what forces so many youth onto the streets and what they go through to survive. It is not a story of redemption; it is a story of reality. To screen the film on your campus, get started by downloading the 'Sugar' screening toolkit.