'We went backwards': two families, one broken American dream The Guardian Anyone with doubts as to the ongoing resourcefulness of ordinary Americans should watch the Frontline documentary, Two American Families, which aired on PBS this week.
The Atlantic Farm Bill Deal To Hungry Americans: You're on Your Own The Atlantic Here's why not: because that means, as anyone in the anti-hunger community recognizes, pushing the 47 million Americans on food stamps onto an ice floe.
Honoring our grandparents, our elders—in these divisive times, at least we hold this value in common, right?
As children, we dutifully sat through long visits or lectures from older relatives, teachers, neighbors or family friends; and then wised up to learn that some of these relationships would prove to be our most enduring.
It’s enough to make you think that maybe—just maybe—this shared experience would lead to a steadfast commitment from policymakers to ensure that those who cared for us, fought for us, and raised us, are able to meet their basic needs.
But if you attended Senator Bernie Sanders’s hearing on reducing senior poverty and hunger through the Older Americans Act (OAA) on Wednesday, you were in for a rude awakening.
Harry Chapin Food Bank to pick up services of Wake Up America Naples Daily News By working together, we will continue to be able to feed hungry people in need in Lee County.” Under the new arrangement, the Harry Chapin Food Bank will serve as the...
Facing America's Hidden Crisis Huffington Post I've occasionally visited soup kitchens and food pantries while reporting on a problem that never seems to go away: hunger in America. And each time, I notice a certain ...
Gathering Change Film Screening Tackles Hunger in America Patch.com “Come to learn more about hunger in America and in our communities, and to discuss concrete steps you can take to ensure that everyone has access to reasonably priced, nutritious...
See how the sequester cuts are hurting programs that fight hunger in America and around the world.
Sequestration cuts will total $1.2 trillion through fiscal year 2021. This year there is a 5.3 percent cut, totaling $85 billion. The cuts are indiscriminate and will impact nearly every federal program.*Here are some of the ways this year’s cut is affecting food and hunger programs, in America and abroad.
Readers Write: Hunger shouldn't have a place in the US The Island Now This year the INN will serve more than 400,000 meals to America the hungry. More than 1,000 families will have access to our emergency shelters or transitional housing programs.
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