Maryland is home to an incredibly vast and diverse population of foreign-born folks and first-generation Americans. Fifteen percent of the state’s population are immigrants, almost a third are undocumented, and one in eight children in Maryland have a parent who … Read more
This research was a strategic effort to look at the current state, successes, failures, and possible improvements to the movement to end hunger in the United States. Anti-hunger organizations reacted to parallel social justice movements with heightened energy, resources, and … Read more
“Let’s Talk About Race in the Anti-Hunger Workplace: Organizational Approaches to Addressing Race at Work” was presented by Bill Emerson Hunger Fellow Sofia Charlot as part of the briefing “A Snapshot of Hunger in America” on February 17, 2022. Sofia … Read more
Maryland Hunger Solutions, founded in 2007 by the Food Research & Action Center, works to end hunger and improve the … Read more
The Maryland Food Bank was founded in 1979 as the first food bank on the East Coast. In its first … Read more
Food Insecurity Among Children Ages 0-3 in Baltimore City: Barriers to Access and Initiatives for Change explores barriers to food security for low-income families with young children face and provides recommendations for addressing those barriers locally.
Food Insecurity Among Children: A Look at Prevalence, Programming, and Initiatives in Baltimore, gathers quantitative food insecurity data and the input of service providers.
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