Day: January 25, 2019

Nourishing Bodies and Communities Through Pro Bono

“Hunger is not an issue of charity. It is an issue of justice.” – Jacques Diouf As we recover from another holiday season full of celebratory meals and parties, many of us are re-committing to healthy eating. Healthy eating, however, isn’t always just a matter of choice (or willpower)! In an era of high food prices and food deserts, sustainable access to nutrition in low-income communities has become a heightened concern. The epidemic of diet-related diseases such as diabetes and obesity points to the urgent need for food justice and improving access to nutritious food. Although programs such as public

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