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2016 National Hunger Seder

Last week marked our 2016 National Hunger Seder at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center!

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Hunger in the Deep South

In Mississippi, the diabetes rates are so high that there is an epidemic of amputations. In Alabama, a local hospital is starting to write prescriptions for food so that children can get the nutrition they sorely need.

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The Do's and Don'ts of the SNAP Challenge

Though the SNAP Challenge often raises awareness about food insecurity, in the wrong hands it can perpetuate stereotypes and overshadow the voices of actual food-insecure people. This got me thinking: Is there any way at all to ethically participate in the SNAP Challenge?

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Watch MAZON Testify Before Congress

Watch Abby J. Leibman, MAZON President & CEO, testify before Congress as an expert witness on the too-often ignored topic of hunger among military and veteran families. 

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Watch MAZON testify before Congress!

We have big news! MAZON been called to testify before Congress as an expert witness on the too-often ignored topic of hunger among military and veteran families. 

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U.S. Hunger Commission Adopts MAZON Recommendations

“This is a huge step forward and we are proud that this bi-partisan commission recognizes that there are significant food insecurity challenges facing currently serving military personnel and veterans."

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5 Ways MAZON is Fighting Hunger Among Active Duty Military and Veteran Families

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Veterans Day Twitter Chat

MAZON and Military Officers Association of America joins MomsRising #FoodFri Twitter chat to raise awareness about food insecurity among active duty military and veteran families. 

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We're asking the wrong question

Most of our response to hunger in America is wrong.

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Child Nutrition Reauthorization: What You Won't See On the Nightly News

As Congress begins its post summer work, the debate and consideration of the reauthorization of our nation's child nutrition programs has also begun. Not surprisingly, their process seems both confusing and a bit secretive. 

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