Recent Publications

A Farmer Like Me: Exploring Hunger, Race and Farming in America

In Food Justice Voices "A Farmer Like Me: Exploring Hunger, Race and Farming in America," farm and food justice activist Lorrie Clevenger of Rise & Root Farm, shares her childhood foundation, experience as a Black farmer and her vision on how we can make our agricultural system better.

Through Her Eyes: The Struggle for Food Sovereignty

Just in time for International Women’s Day, WhyHunger released its newest publication “Through Her Eyes: The Struggle for Food Sovereignty.” Read more.
A Farmer Like Me: Exploring Hunger, Race and Farming in America

In Food Justice Voices “A Farmer Like Me: Exploring Hunger, Race and Farming in America,” farm and food justice activist Read more.
Pathology of Displacement: The Intersection of Food Justice and Culture

In new Food Justice Voices issue Pathology of Displacement: The Intersection of Food Justice and Culture, storyteller, healing practitioner and Read more.
Through Her Eyes: The Struggle for Food Sovereignty – A Presentation

The 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61), took place at the United Nations Headquarters in Read more.