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Veterans Day and the Gospel of Food for Hungry Children

A teddy bear accompanies a halal meal in a C-130 Hercules before a humanitarian airdrop over Iraq, Aug. 14, 2014. An American child donated the teddy bear to offer support for children trapped in the Iraq conflict. U.S. airmen assisted with the airdrop, which included bottled water and food for displaced citizens of Sinjar, Iraq. Brawley is a loadmaster assigned to the 746th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron.

On Veterans Day and every day let's remember these life-saving missions by soldiers fighting hunger. Read More »

This Memorial Day You Can Save a Life In Famine-Threatened West Africa

This Memorial Day is a time a time when people can rally to save the lives of millions of people threatened by famine. Read More »

Top Foreign Policy Goal for 2012: Feeding the Children of Drought and Conflict

Feeding the children of "drought and conflict" is the U.S. foreign policy mission for this new year. Read More »

Where is Hope and Famine Relief for East Africa?

The victims of drought and famine in East Africa need help. They need food. They need hope. Read More »

PBS Show Offers Reflection on Past and Present of Fighting Hunger

This story can set an example to continue that great American tradition as the world's hungry call out for help Read More »

The Great Russian Famine of 1921: When America Heard the Pleas of the Sick and Starving

Camels were used for the daunting task of hauling food into the snowy interior of Russia (National Archives 200 (S)- ARA-59)

The Russian famine was a defining moment in the history and character of America. Read More »