Farming and agriculture were once a major source of wealth for Black American families. In 1910, up to 80% of theRead More
Welcome to WhyHunger's Blog featuring stories, projects and articles from the community-based organizations, organizers and social movements.
WhyHunger stands in solidarity with the hundreds of grassroots organizations and social movements, representing over 380 million people around theRead More
by Timothy Karoff In October of 2018, the US Food Sovereignty Alliance (USFSA) hosted its fourth National Assembly. Representatives from seventy-one organizations and sevenRead More
Reflections from Bill Ayres, WhyHunger Co-Founder & Ambassador Harry Chapin was a SINGER, SONGWRITER, MUSICIAN, SOCIAL ACTIVIST, HUSBAND, FATHER, DREAMER and my good friend andRead More
WhyHunger stands firm in the belief that nutritious food is a human right and hunger is solvable. This is why we stand behind the ClosingRead More
HAUPPAUGE, New York – June 22, 2021 It’s hard to imagine that forty years later we are still fighting to end hunger and find solutions toRead More
by Jusleen Basra The imposition of large, resource-extractive corporations on Indigenous and peasant territories around the world strips land access from local communities and deeplyRead More