This statement originally appeared on NAMA's website. Kudos to NOAA for their decision to charge Carlos Rafael, who called himself the "Codfather,"with fines nearing $1M,Read More
Welcome to WhyHunger's Blog featuring stories, projects and articles from the community-based organizations, organizers and social movements.
At WhyHunger we know it’s important to stay critically informed on the issues related to hunger and poverty, while also uplifting the voices, stories andRead More
WhyHunger announced today that for the second year in a row, their annual Hungerthon campaign raised $1.1 million for the fight against hunger and povertyRead More
Photos and captions on 6th International Agroecology Encounter as hosted by ANAP (The National Association of Small Famers) in Artemisa, Cuba. [gallery size="full" gss="1" columns="1"Read More
When the Rhode Island Community Food Bank surveyed their clients, they were surprised to learn that 44% reported having at least one household member in “fair toRead More
WhyHunger partners with organizations around the world, like Mother Hubbard's Cupboard, that work to address the root causes of hunger and build a grassroots-led movementRead More
This holiday season, give meaningful gifts that make a difference in the fight against hunger, poverty and social injustice. We’ve compiled our annual WhyHunger HolidayRead More