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The 23rd Class of Emerson Fellows and CHC staff meet with CHC Board Chair Rep. James McGovern in his office during policy training. Each February, Emerson Hunger Fellows leave their field placements across the country and move to Washington, D.C., shifting the scope of their work from the community level… Read more
The President’s proposed ‘skinny budget’ released today will make America weaker and less secure, here at home and overseas. The proposed budget functionally eliminates critical foreign assistance spending at USDA and makes dramatic cuts to the State Department. The proposal, if enacted, would also eliminate or drastically reduce support for… Read more
Continuing our series on the work of Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellows at their policy placements, here’s Meghan Anson with an update from Concern Worldwide: 8th Class Leland Fellow Meghan Anson Concern Worldwide is a non-governmental, international humanitarian aid organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the… Read more
The skills and training Hunger Fellows receive during their service provide a strong foundation for their future work as effective leaders against hunger and poverty. In this first installment of a new blog series highlighting the endeavors of Hunger Fellow alumni, we talked with Julie Savane, alumna of the … Read more