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Alamance County combats food insecurity, revamps food distribution model

By Diana Stancy

Just above 14 percent of people struggle with hunger issues in the United States. In 2012, more than 46 million Americans received food stamps. 958 more words


What It Was Like Growing Up With Food Insecurity

Growing up, food always felt just out of my reach. As an only child, I didn’t have to worry about older brothers or sisters stealing my snacks, and as a person living in an affluent area, I had multiple supermarkets and convenience stores within walking distance of my home. 1,580 more words

Helping to feed the hungry is a very important job

My blog readers, I’m sorry, I have been waiting too long to write to you. I will work on this. I get busy. Many of you have asked if I am feeling better and I would like to say that I am. 1,097 more words

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Should Those in Need Farm for Food?

A regular right-leaning listener called into a left-leaning show the other day suggesting people needing food support should grow their own crops on what he said was an abundance of land in this country. 759 more words


TweetDreams SiteCDam: ALR Vs Govt&CorporatePower!

Okay!So Start with a reTweet and the Tweet Thought Is: Stop!SiteC Dam!Whats it gonna take 2 install those who understand the heavy responsibility of stewardship of this land? 314 more words

Tweet Dreams

Dig New Ground to Uproot Hunger

So much good work and sincere effort goes into trying to alleviate food insecurity and other conditions that result in living precarious lives, yet attacking the root of the problem seems lost in our unending efforts and good intentions. 371 more words

The 2015 general election and its implications for food insecurity in the UK.

On Friday, 8 May 2015 I awoke to discover that not only were we not looking forward to a new coalition government in the UK, but that the overall collapse of the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party has given the Conservative government a mandate in UK politics. 1,927 more words

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