Hunger is as prevalent as it is pernicious. It is not restricted only to third world countries or homeless people, but has increasingly become the province of families in highly industrialized nations, including the United States and Israel.
US Census Bureau September 2017
Current population reports of income and poverty levels in the United States.
USDA September 2017
The prevalence and severity of household food insecurity in the United States.
The United States Conference of Mayors December 2016
A status report on hunger and homelessness in 25 of America’s cities.
FRAC February 2014
Americans continue to voice strong support for SNAP.
International Human Rights Clinic, NYU School of Law May 2013
Sufficient, nutritious food is a basic human right for all Americans.