Video: “So Many Different Minds and Ways of Attacking Food Security”

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In March the 9th Class of Leland Hunger Fellows met in Washington, D.C. for a mid-policy retreat. The fellows took time to consider their roles in the broader anti-hunger movement, and how they will continue to work against global hunger following the fellowship. Watch the video below to hear their perspectives:

Fellows also participated in discussions on the future of aid policy, amplifying voices through local leadership, and developing personal theories of change. There was also time for plenty of team-building, including volunteering with Martha’s Table’s Joyful Market program.

Leland Fellows and Hunger Center staff pose with the Martha’s Table van after volunteering at the Joyful Market.

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