In the United States, hunger isn’t caused by a lack of food, it’s caused by poverty. To understand poverty, we have to understand the racial disparities in the United States. One way to explore this issue is the Racial Wealth Gap simulation. Using the material designed by Bread for the World, the facilitators from Hall Hunger Initiative guide participants through a fact-based exercise with specific examples of policies and their consequences. In about an hour, participants learn how federal policies created structural inequalities and how these policies increase hunger and poverty in communities of color.