In this Nov. 1976, photo provided by WhyHunger, Harry Chapin urges radio listeners to get involved in the fight against hunger at a New York radio station during WhyHunger’s second annual Hungerthon. Chapin's work as an advocate for the hungry is a legacy that resonates 30 years after his death at age 38 when a tractor-trailer demolished his car on the Long Island Expressway. (AP Photo/WhyHunger)

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In this Nov. 1976, photo provided by WhyHunger, Harry Chapin urges radio listeners to get involved in the fight against hunger at a New York radio station during WhyHunger’s second annual Hungerthon.  Chapin's work as an advocate for the hungry is a legacy that resonates 30 years after his death at age 38 when a tractor-trailer demolished his car on the Long Island Expressway.  (AP Photo/WhyHunger)
In this Nov. 1976, photo provided by WhyHunger, Harry Chapin urges radio listeners to get involved in the fight against hunger at a New York radio station during WhyHunger’s second annual Hungerthon. Chapin's work as an advocate for the hungry is a legacy that resonates 30 years after his death at age 38 when a tractor-trailer demolished his car on the Long Island Expressway. (AP Photo/WhyHunger)
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