Sarah’s Hunger Free Community Report is an educational guide for Tribal governments, citizens and food producers. This guide explains the Farm Bill reauthorization process, and it also highlights the state of agriculture and federal food assistance in Native communities.
A Healthy Summer and Beyond dives into the collective story behind Summer EBT for Children and the 48,000 kids it reached in Oregon last summer. Through in-depth stories of participants, this report shares the story that the numbers missed – … Read more
Co-op Grocery Stores: More than Food |Building a Self- Determined Food Community in Detroit’s North End detailed the necessity of community owned business as an alternative to Detroit’s gentrification and current land grabs. The report also focused on the historical role … Read more
A Portrait of Self Determination: the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network’s Efforts to Start a Food Cooperative in the city of Detroit describes the emergence of community-owned food initiatives in Detroit, with a focus on stories about community organizing by … Read more
Building the Base: Grassroots Organizing for the Immigrant Rights Campaign is a guide to a successful community organizing model used by Causa Justa::Just Cause that includes best practices to build community leadership on immigrant rights. This guide includes an overview … Read more
The Impact of Food Insecurity on the Development of Young, Low-Income Black and Latino Children presents research findings from the Children’s Sentinel Nutrition Assistance Project (C-SNAP), linking food insecurity, child development, and school readiness. It is the first publication of … Read more
On March 31, 2004 The UPS Foundation and the Congressional Hunger Center hosted a National Hunger Forum at The Keck Center of the National Academies in Washington, D.C. Content area experts researched and wrote white papers for review and discussion … Read more
Advancing Equity within the Emergency Food Provider Network in Maricopa County examines barriers to accessing emergency food programs in Latino communities in Maricopa County. It contains a synthesis of community interviews, a geographic analysis of food bank and pantry locations … Read more
Around a Common Table: Advancing Community-Based SNAP Outreach for Latino Households in Arizona summarizes findings from community interviews and quantitative analyses to document the level and location of Latino under-enrollment in SNAP in Arizona, the most commonly reported barriers to SNAP participation for Latino households, and … Read more
Assessment of Food Security in Ward 8 identifies the problems an inadequate food system brings to the residents of this historically underserved area of Washington, D.C. and offering recommendations for improvement.
Broken Promises incorporates interviews with individuals and families affected by Hurricane Katrina into an analysis of ongoing and emerging crises in the New Orleans region. The report offers a simple overview of the New Orleans area housing crisis, highlighting the … Read more
Access to the Federal Food Stamp Program: An In-Depth Analysis of New York City’s Immigrant Communities, Estimates of Unmet Need and Barriers to Access is a comprehensive analysis of the context of immigrant food stamps access in New York City. … Read more
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