Tells stories of personal change, courage, innovation and food activism, from local food hubs and backyard food forests, to the GE-free movement, urban farming, radical homemaking and regenerative agriculture.
Recounts the history of food injustices and describe current efforts to change the system, including community gardens and farmer training, youth empowerment, farm-to-school programs across the country, and a school system's elimination of sugary soft drinks from its cafeterias.
Discusses patterns, prevalence and risk factors of food insecurity, or the uncertainty of having, or unable to acquire enough food to meet the needs of their members because of insufficient money or other resources for food at times during the year.
The leading national nonprofit organization working to improve public policies and public-private partnerships to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States. FRAC works with hundreds of national, state and local nonprofit organizations, public agencies, corporations and labor organizations to address hunger, food insecurity, and their root cause, poverty.