La Alma-Lincoln Park Community Needs Assessment
The La Alma-Lincoln Park Community Needs Assessment presents data on the current state of hunger in the downtown Denver neighborhood, as well as recommendations to improve food security. This report is designed for local hunger relief organizations and policy makers to understand and respond to the serious degree of food insecurity in their communities.
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Andy grew up in Athens, Georgia, and graduated from Emory University with a degree in anthropology. He conducted field research in the Central Plateau of Haiti, studied the relationship between food insecurity and mental health, and helped develop a community garden in the Bankhead neighborhood of Atlanta. An advocate for immigrants' rights, he led a successful initiative for tuition equity at Emory that resulted in a change to Emory policy to provide financial aid to undocumented students. He organized a college preparation class at Freedom University, a modern-day freedom school that provides college-level classes for undocumented students in Georgia. Andy has interned with the United Way of Greater Atlanta, where he helped implement a family-based community development initiative in a refugee community in Clarkston, Georgia.
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