MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger has recently launched The Hunger Museum to share the story of hunger throughout America’s past, and reveal how this can shape a hunger-free future.
GrowNYC Workers Secure Historic Union Victory, Paving the Way for Better Conditions in the Food Supply Chain
The victory comes three weeks after a delegation of GrowNYC employees demanded voluntary recognition of their union.
Food Assistance to Earthquake Recovery in Turkey, Syria
A series of earthquakes in Turkey and Syria will have immediate implications on the region’s food security.
Reforming SNAP Can Help Increase Food Access for People with Disabilities
People with disabilities face higher levels of food insecurity, but reforms to SNAP can help increase access to nutritious food.
Expanding Halal Options to Meet Student Needs
Community initiatives advocate for more halal options in K-12 schools to meet student needs and address food insecurity.
Food Donation Can Help Nigeria Fight Hunger and Cut Food Waste
The Global Food Donation Policy Atlas research shows Nigeria could benefit from improved food donation policies.
The Power of Showing Up and Leaning In to Address Food Apartheid
Chicago, author, ESPN sports analyst, and NFL veteran Sam Acho explains how he is helping a Chicago neighborhood address issues of food access through a community food mart.
Massachusetts Guarantees Free School Meals for 2022-2023 School Year
Thanks to the extension, 400,000 students will continue to have access to free school meals.
Mutual Aid Organizations Help Community Heal After Hate Attack
Mutual aid organizations work to ensure residents on the East Side of Buffalo affected by the mass shooting continue to receive nutritious food and necessities.
Ensuring Dignity and Agency through Chilean and South Korean Food Market Models
Food market models can respond to local needs while guaranteeing privacy and freedom of choice.