MAZON Disappointed with Failure of Leadership on Farm Bill Reauthorization
The failure to meet the deadline will impact both producers and consumers of America's complex food system.
MAZON Outraged by ‘Public Charge’ Rule Change
The proposed new rule expands the criteria for determining who would be considered a ‘public charge,’ including whether a family has received food assistance.
MAZON’s CEO Reacts to USDA Report on Food Security in the United States
We should not celebrate that more than 40 million people continue to struggle to put enough food on the table each day.
Emerging Advocacy Fund: Innovating to Fight Hunger
MAZON’s Emerging Advocacy Fund works to empower state-based organizations to advocate on behalf of hungry people in their communities.
Jewish Clergy Urge Congress to #ProtectSNAP in the #FarmBill
Nearly 1,000 American rabbis and cantors from all 50 states and the District of Columbia call on Congress to protect the millions of Americans who rely on SNAP.
My Summer with MAZON
My internship expanded my advocacy skills beyond campus into the national anti-hunger advocacy arena.
Unemployment is low and the stock market is high, but millions of Americans still need SNAP.
Farm Bill Conference Committee Must Follow Senate’s Lead
This committee must propose a Farm Bill that does no harm and protects SNAP.
Senate Farm Bill Offers Promising Policies for Indian Country
The Farm Bill provides a vehicle to improve nutrition and food access, as well as the potential for tribes to feed themselves within their own tribal food systems.
Feeding People, Body and Soul
Rabbis join MAZON in Washington, D.C. for the first Rabbinic Justice Mission in the midst of Farm Bill negotiations.