New York Times Magazine Publishes MAZON Letter to the Editor
Abby J. Leibman, MAZON’s President & CEO, has a letter to the editor in this week’s The New York Times Magazine about the cover story of their 9.6.20 issue.
Shanah Tovah from MAZON: 2020/5781 High Holy Day Gift from Us to You
MAZON Commemorates Women's Equality Day
MAZON convened a virtual conversation with Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (CT-3) to celebrate Women's Equality Day and discuss the specific burdens shouldered by women in respect to hunger, especially in light of COVID-19, and how we can all commit to making real the promise of the 19th amendment.
Wasting Time... For Good
With just a little regulatory mischief — a half-hour meeting — you can help us gum up the works and slow a malicious rule change down to a standstill.
Where’s the “Relief” in Mitch McConnell’s COVID-19 Relief Bill?
Does Mitch McConnell really think that providing more funds to help small businesses will help address the massive — and growing — food insecurity crisis in this country?
MAZON Applauds House Passage of FY21 NDAA; Urges Senate to Support Military Families Facing Hunger
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2021 includes a provision, championed by MAZON, to address hunger among currently serving military families.
MAZON Participates in SNAP Day of Action
MAZON President & CEO Abby J. Leibman released a video urging all to encourage their representatives to boost SNAP benefits in the wake of COVID-19.
MAZON Mourns the Death of Representative John Lewis
John Lewis' memory will truly be a blessing, continuing to guide our path toward justice for all those facing hunger, poverty and inequity.
MAZON Praises New Report About Food Insecurity Among LGBT Older Adults
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger was the motivating force behind this qualitative research about food insecurity among LGBTQ older adults.
Fighting Hunger and Recommitting to Justice
With every passing day, it becomes clearer that we need policymakers to lead with wisdom and compassion, to address the growing rates of hunger and hardship, and to acknowledge and confront longstanding issues of racial and economic injustice that clearly exacerbate those hardships.