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This Is Hunger Opening Night Gala

Last week, on November 16, we took an evening off to celebrate the (years of) work behind This Is Hunger.

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A Thanksgiving Prayer

As we gather around the table we are grateful for the blessings of family, friendship and food that surround us this Thanksgiving. 

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Am I an Alien?

As a Brit and Israeli, food insecurity as a national issue was never really on my radar, mostly because of what I perceived to be the robust, almost socialist, safety net programs that existed in the UK and Israel. Both countries have free (albeit flawed) national healthcare systems after all! 

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MAZON Delivers a Special Sukkot Message About Hunger to the White House…

From More than 1,000 Jewish Campers!

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Kol Dichfin – All Who are Hungry, Let Them Come and Eat

Do these acts of tzedakah make a difference?

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Outrageous SNAP Stories - By Design

When advocating for something as abstract as expanding government aid, personal experiences have real power to counteract outrageous figures. 

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Atem Nitzavim: standing together against hunger

A d’var Torah for Parshat Nitzavim 5776 by Rabbi Erin Glazer

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The Vital Importance of Disaster-SNAP

D-SNAP, or “Disaster SNAP,” is a crucial tool to help people who do not normally receive SNAP get back on their feet.

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6 Ways to Become an Informed Voter

Participating in government through an election requires a similar understanding of electoral practices: How do I register to vote? Where is my polling location? Who are the candidates? What do they think about food insecurity, the economy, foreign policy, social issues and more? How do I find out what my candidate and elected official thinks about current pieces of legislation? Who is contributing to my candidate’s campaigns?

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What Does It Mean to Be an Ally?

As an African-American woman representing a Jewish organization working in Indian Country, I call up our common history of genocide, persecution and discrimination as a starting place for shared analysis and perspective. But I do so knowing that non-Natives cannot direct the struggle for Native food security, no matter how well-meaning we are. 

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