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Food insecurity news and analysis from The Nation
December 25, 2020
To Restore American Leadership, the Biden Administration Should Focus on Global Hunger
Without intervention, world hunger will reach “biblical proportions” in 2021.
Rep. Jim McGovern
December 8, 2020
We’re Now Facing Both a Public Health and a Poverty Catastrophe
Trump’s malevolent mismanagement of the Covid-19 crisis has been compounded by ineptitude at the state level.
October 13, 2020
Trump Deploys the Strongman’s Playbook
There seems to be no limit to the damage he’s willing to inflict on the country’s democratic structures in his efforts to save his chances for reelection.
September 23, 2020
‘Nobody Gets Left Behind’
Mutual aid in practice, on both sides of the screen: a word collage.
A New Orleans Plague Pod
July 20, 2020
We’re in a Pandemic. Cancel Student Debt Now.
Student borrowers say that congressional relief has been woefully insufficient. And they’re terrified facing its end in September.
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June 17, 2020
Food for Hard Times and Pleasure—Kimchee Out of Anything
Scenes from a pandemic: 12
June 5, 2020
Hunger Stalks New York’s Lower East Side
Thousands of businesses in Manhattan have closed, thrusting an untold number of people into economic precarity and food insecurity.
May 22, 2020
Recovery Will Take More Than Money
The pandemic offers Americans a chance to look hard at the ways in which government has failed society—but also a chance to do something about it.
May 20, 2020
The Lunacy of Global Seafood Supply Chains
Scenes from a pandemic: 8
Jennifer C. Berkshire
May 13, 2020
The Coronavirus Is Hitting Tribal Schools Hard
Native students across the country are concerned what this crisis could mean for their universities in the long term.