Eric Cooper, president of the San Antonio Food Bank, tells Lawrence O’Donnell there is "unprecedented demand" for food banks across the U.S. As unemployment increases, Cooper says they now serve double as many people as they did before the coronavirus pandemic. Cooper is urging the public and private sectors to help meet the need of people "desperate for food." Aired on 4/16/2020.
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San Antonio Food Bank Head: Demand Is ‘Unprecedented’ | The Last Word | MSNBC