Filed Under: “Food insecurity”

The pandemic recession has pushed a further 9.8 million Americans into food insecurity


As unemployment and underemployment have increased, more Americans are having trouble feeding their families.

How urban planning and housing policy helped create ‘food apartheid’ in US cities


More than 35 million Americans struggle with hunger, but food insecurity isn’t evenly distributed, not even within urban areas. This is not an accident, but the result of decades of racist policies.


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