Elevating Voices, Ending Hunger

Elevating Voices, Ending Hunger is a conversational podcast series featuring change makers and everyday leaders disrupting the status quo to end systems of inequity that drive food insecurity in the United States. Host Ami McReynolds, Chief Equity and Programs Officer with Feeding America, talks with community leaders, supporters and people facing hunger who each bring unique contributions to a collective effort to end hunger.

Building an Inclusive Democracy with Susannah Morgan and Liban Satu

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What does democracy have to do with hunger? For this episode, we spoke with Susannah Morgan, CEO of Oregon Food Bank, and Portland community leader Liban Satu on why building an inclusive democracy is an important step to ending hunger.

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Power and Partnership with Nicole Robinson and Melvin Thompson

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In this debut episode, we focus on the importance of sharing power and building partnerships to end hunger. To discuss, host Ami McReynolds sits down with Nicole Robinson, the chief partnership and programs officer at Greater Chicago Food Depository, and Melvin Thompson, the executive director of community development organization located in Chicago's south side.

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Putting Equity into Action with Claire Babineaux-Fontenot

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In this debut episode, host Ami McReynolds speaks with Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America. They talk about inequalities in poverty and food insecurity, the role of philanthropy, and the power within local communities to create sustainable, transformative change.

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In the debut episode, host Ami McReynolds will speak with Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America. They will talk about inequities in poverty and food insecurity, the role of philanthropy, and the power within local communities to create sustainable, transformative change.

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