An unusual form of lobbying took place at the state Capitol this week when more than a dozen women knocked on the doors of every member of the state legislature.
But it wasn’t about a bill or a vote.
The women were inviting legislators to look at stirring photographs that are part of a temporary exhibit at the Capitol called “Hunger Through My Lens.”
The women--who’ve all experienced what it’s like not to have enough food--took the photographs.
The exhibit has left the Capitol but will move to various Kaiser Permanente offices in March. The locations will be posted here.