On this 10 year anniversary of the Afghanistan war, let's work to win the peace-starting with fighting hunger.
It is unacceptable that low funding prevents foods like plumpy'nut from reaching malnourished children.
If it is class warfare, the rich are the only ones who have been doing the fighting.
Three million Afghans will face starvation if the international community does not act.
The Food for Peace program saves lives. It represents the very best of America.
President Obama and the Congress, as they grapple with the federal budget, also need to protect the hungry.
Yemen needs a surge in international support for fighting hunger.
The Senate needs to stand united and fight global hunger with Food for Peace.
As you celebrate Labor Day and throw hot dogs, burgers, and another shrimp on the barbie, remember how fortunate you are to have a job.
There are many ways students can take action to end hunger and poverty.