Hunger in the News

Child Nutrition Reauthorization
June 24, 2016
by Dan Michel

Food Banks Take On a Contributor to Diabetes: Themselves | New York Times

Inconsistent access to food can worsen Type 2 diabetes, and so can the goods at the pantries that many low-income people must rely on.

See how these grants will be used >>

"If the goal was to get rid of poverty, we failed": the Legacy of the 1996 Welfare Reform | Vox

I remember in the 90s, there was a lot of talk about welfare reform. This big welfare system the government had created, needed to be fixed. Twenty years later, the system still needs to be fixed.

The history and legacy of welfare reform >>

The Way Americans Eat Is Becoming More Divided | Scientific American

More people are eating healthier but the gap is widening between rich and the poor.

See how income affects how you eat >>



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