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Senator Brown Urges School Meals at Home and Abroad

Sherrod Brown is advocating for school meals abroad as an important piece of U.S. foreign policy Read More »

The Life You Save May Be Your Own

Politicians v. Firefighters - You Decide Read More »

College Class Takes on Hunger and Poverty at Home and Abroad

There are many ways students can take action to end hunger and poverty. Read More »

Twitter, Facebook and Fighting Global Hunger

Jen Hardy of Catholic Relief Services discusses twitter, facebook and fighting global hunger. Read More »

Interview: Nora O’Connell of Save the Children

Budget cuts ought not to come at the expense of children and their families who regularly go to bed hungry. Read More »

Interview: Robert Zachritz of World Vision on Budget Cuts to Food Aid

Is cutting Food for Peace and other hunger fighting programs the right place to go with nearly 1 billion hungry. Read More »

Budget Cuts Urgent, But Fighting Child Hunger More Important

Hunger-fighting programs are some of the most inexpensive foreign policy initiatives you will find. Read More »

How Social Media Is the New Educator

Online tutoring, networking, and arts classes break traditional barriers. Read More »

Big Oil Gets Its Tax Breaks – Democrats Gain A Solid Political Issue

Why should Democrats agree to any further cuts to programs for the middle class while Republicans defend corporate welfare? Read More »

What Reagan Called “Instrument of American Compassion” Facing Budget Cuts

With nearly a billion people suffering from hunger, this is not the time to be slashing food aid. Read More »