Ebony Walden, Emerson Fellow. Published in 2003
Become an Anti-Hunger Advocate offers a briefing on hunger in Washington and an advocacy training guide that a)presents readers with key facts on issues, programs and policies needed to understand hunger in Washington, and b) teaches key skills and strategies needed to become an effective anti-hunger advocate.
The annual Congressional Hunger Center Awards Ceremony will recognize U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Deborah A. Frank,… Read more
CHC welcomed the 20th class of Emerson Hunger Fellows to Washington D.C. for their field training in August. These 16… Read more