Friday night marks the beginning of Rosh Hashanah and a celebration of the Jewish New Year. But many Jewish New Yorkers are wondering if they will have enough food to put on the table this holiday season.

2.5 million New Yorkers were already grappling with food insecurity before the coronavirus pandemic, and a new report from City Harvest says another 800,000 have been added to that figure in just the last six months.

Jilly Stephens, City Harvest's executive director, and David Greenfield, CEO of the Met Council, an organization committed to fighting poverty in the Jewish community, joined Errol Louis to discuss the hunger crisis in New York City.