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  • Food Justice Coordinator Kathia Ramirez shares her perspective on the journey of immigrant farmworkers pursuing the American dream and shares
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  • WhyHunger is not just another organization with a mission statement tucked away on its website. We are on a mission.
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WhyHunger is proud to join USFSA members and grassroots partners at the People’s Climate March in Washington D.C. this week…
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Written by Betty
2017-04-28 15:12:26
This post was originally published on the Give Healthy blog. In order to examine the concept of food justice and…
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Written by Cataydra Brown
2017-04-26 19:29:35
  • Angelina Aspuac of AFEDES and the National Weaver’s Movement receives their official bill (number 5247) at the Congress of the Republic in Guatemala City
    Angelina Aspuac of AFEDES and the National Weaver’s Movement receives their official bill (number 5247) at the Congress of the Republic in Guatemala City
  • Milvian Aspuac, director of AFEDES, joins in making tamales during the harvest ceremony in San Martín Jilotepeque
    Milvian Aspuac, director of AFEDES, joins in making tamales during the harvest ceremony in San Martín Jilotepeque
  • A member of one of AFEDES’ community groups poses in front of her home garden, which boasts a mix of edible and medicinal plants
    A member of one of AFEDES’ community groups poses in front of her home garden, which boasts a mix of edible and medicinal plants
  • Dancing at a harvest ceremony and festival in San Martín Jilotepeque, birthplace of the campesino a campesino methodology
    Dancing at a harvest ceremony and festival in San Martín Jilotepeque, birthplace of the campesino a campesino methodology
  • AFEDES members and supporters march for International Women’s Day in Guatemala City
    AFEDES members and supporters march for International Women’s Day in Guatemala City
  •   A member of one of AFEDES’ community groups poses with her daughter in front of their worm composting bin
    A member of one of AFEDES’ community groups poses with her daughter in front of their worm composting bin
On my first day volunteering with WhyHunger partner AFEDES (Women’s Association for the Development of Sacatepéquez, Guatemala), I…
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Written by Rebecca Haydu
2017-04-19 18:48:31
We’re happy to share the good news that  The National Federation of Farmers and Cattle (FENSUAGRO)  – Colombia has recently…
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Written by Cataydra Brown
2017-04-14 17:34:50
WhyHunger’s International Solidarity Fund helps to support MST’s efforts to train teachers and young people in Agroecology and help them…
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Written by MST Communications Collective in Bahia
2017-04-05 18:41:54
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