Sherrod Brown is advocating for school meals abroad as an important piece of U.S. foreign policy
How death and heartache can bring about hope and dreams, as well as new life.
A heartbreaking story of living in a beautiful, but very poor country, and under the rule of a cruel and despotic dictator forever changed anybody’s life.
Can the darkeness of your background keep you from becoming who you are meant to be?
With drought conditions hitting parts of Haiti this school feeding takes on more urgency.
From Haiti to Mexico, the life of NPR reporter in Latin America is dangerous and fraught.
Renowned author Edwidge Danticat explores the role of artists among the Haitian diaspora.
While some members of Congress may think it prudent now to cut food aid programs to save a few dollars, think again.
President Obama and the Congress, as they grapple with the federal budget, also need to protect the hungry.
The Senate needs to stand united and fight global hunger with Food for Peace.