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This Day in History in the Fight Against Global Hunger

As President Obama is set to make a speech about today's global hunger crisis, it helps to look back on this day in history. Read More »

President Obama to Make Speech About Global Hunger Crisis

The challenge facing President Obama is to rally support for fighting global hunger. Read More »

Canada Fighting Famine from World War II to East Africa

The "Great Commonwealth of the North" is once again called upon to save lives and master a famine. Read More »

The Korean War: Humanitarian Heroes Fighting Hunger

L3-B/Korea 1951

Nothing should ever be forgotten about the humanitarian who saved and the changed the lives of a generation in Korea. Read More »

Remembering Marshall’s Speech in the Arab Spring

Even 64 years later the spirit of the Marshall Plan and the foreign policy ideal behind it is one we need to uphold. Read More »

Scrappy Terriers and Fighting Global Hunger

When we see reports of malnourished children and low food supplies because of lack of funding, we should be outraged. Read More »

Deja Vu All Over Again in the New York Times

The message to Congress is clear: Stop the Cuts to Food Aid. Read More »

What Makes Someone Presidential Timber or Kindling Wood?

It could be the times and world events that shape a presidency, or it may just be that one guy is just better than the other. Read More »

Take in a Silent Guest This Thanksgiving

There are many silent guests around the world, waiting for a place at a Thanksgiving table. Read More »

The Most Dangerous Man In America: Daniel Ellsberg And The Pentagon Papers Airs On PBS

The Most Dangerous Man In America is an outstanding documentary of a pivotal moment in American history. Read More »