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Hunger America

8 Impossible Choices People Who Can't Afford Food Make Every Day

The Huffington Post | Eleanor Goldberg | Posted 10.23.2014 | Impact

Hunger in the U.S. is on the rise, with one in seven people turning to Feeding America to get help, a new report concluded. In its recent study on...

Reddit Users Share 'Wow, We Were Poor' Memories, Highlight Reality For Struggling Families

The Huffington Post | Eleanor Goldberg | Posted 07.26.2014 | Impact

One in six people is struggling with hunger in America right now. Last year, the number of single-mother families living in poverty increased to 4...

Technology Won't Solve Hunger | Posted 09.11.2013 | Impact

Technology will cure hunger, say people who create technology. In his “silicon gospel” (as it’s described by the Los Angeles Review of Books)...

Americans Don't Know How Bad U.S. Hunger Problem Is, Research Shows | Posted 03.15.2013 | Impact

Here’s something not to bring up while mooching free grub as a dinner guest. In the United States -- right now -- 50 million people are unsure wh...

Parents Unite Against Hunger

Tracey Stewart | Posted 05.05.2013 | Healthy Living
Tracey Stewart

The film shows that hunger, for children and people as a whole, is a problem that America has solved in the past and can solve again if average Americans demand it. A Place at the Table shows us that it's easier than we think.

Group Gives Inner-City Moms Cameras To Shoot Hunger Struggles | Posted 03.01.2013 | Impact

Mariana Chilton Ph.D. is one of the forceful anti-hunger activists who infuse A Place at the Table with the sense that no-nonsense non-defeatists are ...

From Up on High: A Movie Review of A Place at the Table

Lloyd I. Sederer, MD | Posted 04.30.2013 | Healthy Living
Lloyd I. Sederer, MD

The ironies abound in this lean 84-minute documentary. Obesity in this country is shown to be often a sign of hunger and poverty, unlike in very poor, developing countries, where hunger and poverty leave people all skin and bones.

Developing a System of Accountability

Jeremy Everett | Posted 07.17.2012 | Impact
Jeremy Everett

We as a nation cannot agree upon who is at fault for poverty and whose responsibility it is to address it. We are bent on it being one type of problem and one sector's responsibility.