Food Security within Immigrant Communities in Georgia

Food Security within Immigrant Communties in Georgia illustrates the challenges immigrants face in accessing emergency food and provides recommendations for Food Bank outreach to the growing immigrant population in Georgia

Kaitlin Gravitt

Kaitlin graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 2005, with a double major in Women’s Studies and Psychology. She spent a semester in Italy, studied Spanish in Guatemala, and researched gendered violence in the Rwandan genocide and Darfur. Kaitlin has also worked for the Los Angeles … Read more

Eric Ares

Originally from Los Angeles, Eric graduated from Boston College in 2005 with a degree in History and Theology.  Eric has worked with the Global Justice Project and with the Haley House, a social service center that fights hunger and homelessness in Boston.  While studying abroad in El Salvador, he interned … Read more